Especially driven by developments in our smaller communities, Northern Colorado saw a huge resurgence in new home construction from 2016 to 2017 that has continued into 2018. As a result, our communities boast a great inventory of brand new...
Timnath was founded in 1882 as a small agricultural community, located southeast of Fort Collins, approximately one-half mile east of I-25 at Harmony Road. It sits on a small bluff just east of the Cache la Poudre River; the surrounding farmlands were used primarily for potatoes, alfalfa, corn, sugar beets and raising cattle.
The city government has taken a progressive posture in hopes of helping the town maintain its identity as it grows exponentially. Timnath grew 180% from 2000 to 2010, and approximately an additional 85% between 2010 and 2012!
Neighborhoods built this century surround the town, including a second elementary school and an 18-hole golf course community that is home to the Colorado State University golf team.