Erie Economic Development Council
The greatest resource in Erie, Colorado, is our people, with nearly 53 percent of adults holding a bachelor’s degree or higher, well above the state and national levels.
Companies like Front Range Hospice, provider of state-of-the-art home hospice care, and Magnum Plastics — an injection-molding manufacturer of medical components and supplier to the number-one kidney dialysis entity in the world — have grown in Erie because they know the opportunities Erie’s location and amenities provide. Your choice of employees and majestic sites is wide open in Erie, located in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains just 30 minutes north of Denver, 35 minutes west of Denver International Airport (DIA), 15 minutes east of Boulder, and among world-class universities and research labs. Employees are attracted to Erie for the balanced life available to them with a multitude of recreational options, high-quality educational services for themselves and their families, a variety of new housing options, and great employers for whom to work.
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