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					U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Economics and Statistics Administration Bureau of the Census

COLORADO −Metropolitan Areas, Counties, and Central Cities

110° 41°

109°

108°

107°

106°

105°

104°

103°

102°

101° 41°

WYOMING

FORT COLLINS− LOVELAND
MOFFAT
ROUTT

Greeley
LOGAN

SEDGWICK PHILLIPS

JACKSON

LARIMER Fort Collins
Loveland Greeley

WELD

NEBRASKA

GRAND
40°

RIO BLANCO

Boulder− Longmont
EAGLE

Longmont BOULDER Boulder

MORGAN
WASHINGTON

YUMA

40°

GILPIN
JEFF ERSO N

DENVER
ADAMS

CLEAR CREEK

Denver

ARAPAHOE

GARFIELD

SUMMIT

DENVER− BOULDER− GREELEY
KIT CARSON

GRAND JUNCTION
Grand Junction 39°

DOUGLAS
PITKIN

ELBERT

LAKE
PARK

Denver
EL PASO Colorado Springs
39°
LINCOLN

UTAH

MESA

DELTA
GUNNISON

CHEYENNE

CHAFFEE

TELLER

COLORADO SPRINGS
KIOWA
Pueblo

MONTROSE

FREMONT

KANSAS

CROWLEY

OURAY
38°
SAN MIGUEL

SAGUACHE

CUSTER

PUEBLO

HINSDALE

PUEBLO
OTERO
MINERAL

PROWERS
BENT

38°

DOLORES

SAN JUAN

HUERFANO

RIO GRANDE
MONTEZUMA

ALAMOSA
BACA

LA PLATA
ARCHULETA
37°

COSTILLA

LAS ANIMAS

CONEJOS
37°

ARIZONA
LEGEND

NEW MEXICO
Scale 1:3,250,000
1 in. 1 cm = 32 km = 51 mi.

OKLAHOMA

JACKSON

Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA) Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA) State County Central City State capital underlined 108° 107° 106° Metropolitan area boundaries are those defined by the Federal Office of Management and Budget on June 30, 1996. All other boundaries and names are as of June 30, 1996. 105° 104° 103° 102° 36°

PORTLAND−SALEM
New York
MAINE ADAMS 36°
Newark

110°

109°


				
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