The area offers a vibrant population that makes Pueblo an attractive community.

Welcome to Pueblo

A reborn downtown with a proud history.
Pueblo, Colorado, greets new residents with its friendly, small-town feel. The area offers a vibrant population that makes Pueblo an attractive community. Pueblo has multiple community events that go all year round. Boasting over 300 days of sunshine annually, the area provides a generous variety of watersports including rafting, fishing, water skiing, sailing, boating and a very accessible kayak course. Residents also enjoy exploring the natural beauty of the Arkansas River region and San Isabel National Forest. Snow skiers enjoy the easy access to Monarch Ski area and  World-renowned Breckenridge. Golfing is enjoyed all year round at one of five local 18-hole courses. Additionally, the Pueblo community celebrates holidays with several festivals and local shows and exhibits, as well as the ever-popular Colorado State Fair. 
Pueblo’s housing market contains many different options including single-family homes, condominiums,mobile homes and townhouses. Young families are drawn to the area because of the clean air, award-winning drinking water, enjoyable four seasons and the vast opportunities for recreation and family-friendly activities. Retirees appreciate low costs of living, regional health-care facilities and abundant senior activities. 

What to Love

  • Outdoor recreation opportunities
  • Small town feeling
  • Reborn downtown area
  • Growing community

Local Lifestyle 

Pueblo prides itself on its easy, laid-back lifestyle. Residents enjoy an inviting downtown that offers quaint boutiques and specialty shops. Family-owned and operated restaurants and food purveyors provide a variety of fares and intriguing food experiences. Puebloan are very proud of its fabulous Riverwalk, which is the site of many local festivals, concerts, street dances, parades and community events. Another positive aspect of the Pueblo area is its agreeable weather. Homebuyers looking for an “all-season” region will find it in Pueblo. It still snows during the winter, but it doesn’t stay long because of the town's elevation, low-humidity and abundant sunshine.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Downtown Pueblo is a thriving center of community interaction and local commerce. Shoppers enjoy a collection of boutiques and many small antique shops. One place that stands out is Seabel’s Gourmet Shop & Boutique. Seabel’s has been doing business in Pueblo for thirty-five years and counting. They are located in the historical part of downtown and offer a wide variety of products. Seabel’s began as a gourmet kitchen store but was soon expanded to include women’s clothing, jewelry, home decor, gourmet food items, and custom gift baskets. The business has been a fixture of downtown Pueblo and continues to draw in new and loyal customers. 
Shoppers looking to grab a bite to eat after exploring Pueblo’s shopping centers and boutiques will find equally well-established restaurants. The restaurants offer traditional Mexican food to standard American steakhouses. 
Shamrock Brewery is a craft brewery that is proud of its Irish pub roots. The restaurant is open for brunch, lunch, dinner, happy hour, and late-night dining. Diners are transported to a warm and inviting Irish pub. The menu features weekly specials and classic pub favorites. Open every day of the week and early on St. Patrick’s Day, Shamrock Brewery is ready to set customers up at the bar. 
The Cactus Flower has been a local establishment for thirty years. Known for its margaritas and authentic Mexican cuisine, the Cactus Flower prides itself on its fresh ingredients. The menu offers favorites such as fajitas, tacos, and enchiladas. 
Park East offers a mix of American steakhouse and Italian fare. Calling itself “Pueblo’s #1 Steakhouse,” the restaurant offers hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood. Indoor dining is available as well as curbside service. 

Things to Do

Events in Pueblo range from historically educational to delicious celebrations of the local cuisine. Residents find themselves with a multitude of community events to attend. Some of these events have long histories with the community.
The Chile and Frijole Festival celebrates Pueblo’s unique cuisine options and encourages locals to patronize their local small businesses. The event features live shows, street vendors, cooking competitions, and family fun.
Pueblo is the home of Colorado’s State Fair. The annual event brings visitors in from all over the United States. The week-long event brings in entertainers for concerts, competitions, educational exhibits, and of course, a rodeo. 
The Boats, Bands, and BBQ is an annual festival held on Pueblo’s Riverwalk. The event offers live music, delicious BBQ, and a chance for Pueblo’s local breweries to show the community what they have to offer.
On the lighter side, Pueblo’s Rotary Club hosts an annual Duck Stampede. The event is a fundraiser that supports the community. Over 10,000 rubber duckies are dropped into Pueblo’s section of the Arkansas River near the Riverwalk, and spectators can donate with a guess on the winning duck.


Pueblo is located in Pueblo county and has 102 total schools.

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