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With a population of around 13,775, Sterling is a beautiful town in Northern Colorado. Sterling can be cold in the winter months and mild in the summer months. The area accumulates about 17 inches of rain and 31 inches of snow throughout the year. On average, there are 225 days of sunshine each year. So the sun is shining on most days.

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Located in the north-central part of the state, about 50 miles from Denver is the city of Sterling, Colorado. Sterling is the largest city in Northeastern Colorado and the county seat of Logan County. It is the site of the domed Logan County courthouse, built in 1909. The town has had a Post Office since 1874 but wasn’t incorporated until ten years later. The town was named for Sterling, Illinois, the native home of a railroad official. Sterling was built on farming and agriculture but has kept up with modern technologies as they grew. 

Before hiring a moving company, here is what newcomers need to know. Sterling is the major shopping hub for most of northeastern Colorado and hosts stores like Wal-Mart, The Home Depot, Maurices, and The Buckle, as well as many local retailers located primarily on Main Street. Six different banks have branches in Sterling. There are local AM and FM radio stations as well as a local television station, and a long-established regional newspaper, the Sterling Journal-Advocate.

With all that the city has to offer, it might just be time to start looking for a Sterling moving company. From packing to moving the heavy stuff, a moving company can make your move to Sterling a breeze.

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Jobs & Local Economy

The unemployment rate in Sterling is 2.8% which is lower than the national average of 3.9%. 



The biggest employer in the area is the Northeastern Junior College. The other largest industries include prisons, retail trade, and technology. 



The overall cost of living in Sterling is 19%, lower than the national average. This is mainly due to the cost of housing, which is 39% lower than the national average.

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Attractions

Making the move to Sterling also means you can enjoy these nearby attractions:

Overland Trail Museum

Opened in 1936, visitors have enjoyed a step back in history when they visit the Overland Trail Museum. Extensive exhibits include pioneer history, Native American artifacts, and antique farm equipment. Historic buildings include two barns, a general store, a prairie school, church, barbershop, 1915 stone blockhouse, a caboose, and a boxcar depot.

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North Sterling State Park

North Sterling State Park is a Colorado State Park located in Logan County north of Sterling, Colorado. The 5,700-acre park established in 1992 includes a reservoir with 2,880 acres of surface area and 6 miles of hiking trails along the shoreline. Warm water fish in the reservoir include walleye, wiper, bass, yellow perch, and channel catfish. Facilities include over 100 campsites, boat ramps, a swim beach, and a visitor center.

Parts & Labor Brewing Company

The Parts & Labor Brewing Company is in the business of beer and not just any beer, they build great beer! Stop by and see their newly renovated, century-old building that served as a Cadillac dealership for decades. Now, they pour some of Colorado's finest ales. They also serve up some pretty delicious pub fare to compliment the brews. 

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Trinidad, CO

Before hiring a moving company, here is what newcomers need to know. Trinidad's location at the foot of Raton Pass, along the Santa Fe Trail between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, has always made it a favored route for travelers, first by foot, then horse and ox-drawn wagon, then railroad. Interstate 25 is the most highly traveled route between Colorado and New Mexico and bisects Trinidad.

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