Community Snapshot

  • Population: 1,085
  • Number of Households: 3404
  • Median Household Income: $59,754
  • Per Capita Income: $27,913
  • Median Home Value: $201,429
  • Diversity Index: 48.6
  • Median Age: 43.5
  • Unemployment Rate: 3.4%
  • Labor Force: 619
  • HS+ Graduation Rate: 82.9%
  • Sales Tax Rate: 2.00%
  • Town Mill Levy: 10.475

Pierce, Colorado

Pierce was the second station in Weld County on the Denver Pacific Railroad in 1869 and had a section house, water tank, and siding. it was named after General John Pierce who was the surveyor general for Colorado Territory who later became the 4th President of the D.P.R.R

Pierce was established in 1903 when the post office opened and platted in 1906 and in 1907. The town was incorporated in 1918 with a clause in all land deeds that prohibited the manufacture or sale of intoxicants in the town under penalty of forfeiture of title to all property. As a railroad stop, it became a local shipping point for cattle, sheep, potatoes, beans, and sugar beets.

For Pierce pre-searched real estate please select the property search tab to the right.

Pierce is a rural agricultural community along U.S Highway 85 north of Greeley.
12 miles east of Interstate 25, 36 miles south of Cheyenne, WY.

Population 25+ by Educational Attainment 2016
Total  688
   Less than 9th Grade  3.6%
   9th-12th Grade, No Diploma  8.9%
   High School Graduate  38.5%
   Some College, No Degree  17.6%
   Associate Degree  8.3%
   Bachelor’s Degree  11.3%
   Graduate/Professional Degree  7.6%

University Enrollment Fall 2016
   University of Northern Colorado 12,260
   University of Colorado Boulder 30,789
   Colorado State University 33,198

Key Residential Subdivisions/Home Builders

Lee Barker Builder, LLC


Information Coming Soon

Median Home Value




Key Retailers

Information Coming Soon!

Key Traffic Counts

Information Coming Soon!

Unique Needs/Opportunities

Information Coming Soon!

Information Coming Soon!