Our Community

PUEBLO is located in Southern Colorado along the southern edge of the state's major growth corridor. Historically a transportation junction, the city lies 110 miles south of Denver at the crossroads of two major highways - Interstate 25 and U.S. Highway 50.

POPULATION City of Pueblo - 104,100; Pueblo County - 137,962

Parks & Rec

Pueblo's park and recreation system offers activities for all ages. Pueblo's 110 parks are a source of pride and enjoyment for all. Lake Pueblo State Park represents the region's natural splendor, and the more than 60 Miles of shoreline provides plenty of opportunity for boating, fishing and swimming. Camping sites are also available.

Pueblo Zoo

Pueblo Zoo, located in City Park, is home to over 320 animals from all over the world exhibited in naturalistic settings. All year, visitors can marvel at big cats in the award-winning African Lion exhibit, experience a tropical rainforest, and enjoy the only underwater viewing of penguins in Colorado. Also open Friday evenings in July. Call 561-9664. Admission is charged.

Climate

PUEBLO has very mild climate with moderate temperatures throughout its four seasons. The average daily high is 68 degrees with an average daily low of 37. Although Pueblo receives an annual average snowfall of 31 inches, its moderate temperatures won't allow snow to stay on the ground for long.
Average Annual Precipitation 11.91 inches
Normal Annual Snowfall 31 inches