Harvesting Great Opportunities
Nicknamed the “Garden Spot of Colorado,” Berthoud is poised for growth. The town boasts a growing economy, highly-educated workforce, a historic business district, excellent schools and room for new development. Residents enjoy Berthoud’s convenient location south of Loveland, along with its small-town charm, which includes tree-lined streets, beautiful parks and Victorian homes.
Major Industries & Employers
Berthoud’s key industries include:
- Health & Wellness
- IT software
The largest employers in the community are the Thompson School District, BAE Systems Container Solutions, Inc. and the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District.
Quality of Life
Berthoud residents enjoy stunning views of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, arts and culture, and plenty of outdoor recreation. The town is home to a small arts community that includes the Berthoud Dance Company, the Moon Theatre Company, the Berthoud Arts and Humanities Alliance, and the Wildfire Community Arts Center. The town features several parks spanning 60 acres, two observatories and the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum. Additionally, Carter Lake, Pinewood and Flatiron Reservoirs are great spots for fishing, water skiing, camping, picnicking, swimming and rock climbing.
Universities & Colleges
Berthoud is well connected to the rest of Northern Colorado via Interstate 25 and Highway 287, which runs through the west side of town and connects Berthoud to Denver and several Front Range communities. FLEX is a regional bus service connecting Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud, Longmont and Boulder.
Additionally, the Berthoud Area Transportation Service (BATS) offers a reliable demand-response transportation service that allows residents to schedule a ride for the next day. Without a fixed route, the service coordinates trips to accommodate people going to the same general area.