9 Facts About Boulder Colorado

1. In 1967, Boulder Colorado became the first city in the United States to tax itself for funds to be used specifically for the acquisition, management, and maintenance of Open Space.

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2. One of the most popular sections of Boulder Colorado is the famous Pearl Street Mall, home to numerous shops and restaurants.

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3. University of Boulder Colorado Press, a non-profit co-op of various western universities, publishes academic books.

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4. City of Boulder Colorado has created an Urban Wildlife Management Plan which sets policies for managing and protecting urban wildlife.

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5. In 1970, Boulder Colorado created a "comprehensive plan" that would dictate future zoning, transportation, and urban planning decisions.

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6. Since then, Boulder Colorado has adopted a policy of controlled urban expansion.

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7. In 2013, Boulder Colorado appeared on Forbes magazine's list of Best Places for Business and Careers.

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8. In 2007, Boulder Colorado became the first city in the United States to levy a carbon tax.

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9. Population of the City of Boulder Colorado was 97,385 people at the 2010 United States Census, while the population of the Boulder, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area was 294,567.

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