Julesburg, known as the “Gateway to Colorado” is located in the northeast corner of the state and is the first town in the state to greet travelers heading west to the Rocky Mountains. Julesburg, with a population of nearly 1,225, boasts an elementary and high school, a commercial daycare facility, medical clinic, assisted living and nursing home, several churches, a swimming pool, tennis court, golf course and a healthy economic climate. This town’s greatest asset is their people; friendly people who get involved.
Holyoke is the County Seat of Phillips County, located just a short 13 miles west of the Nebraska state line in Northeastern Colorado. Traveling to Holyoke on Highway 6 or 385 gives you the sense of how much agriculture plays a role in the success of Holyoke and Phillips County as a whole. Wheat, corn, sugar beets, millet and other fields line the peaceful drive to Holyoke. Holyoke, the “City of Pride and Progress”, is home to nearly 2,300 residents.
As the hub of northeast Colorado, Sterling is located just off Interstate-76 which follows the same route as the Overland Trail along the South Platte River. Home to native grasslands, majestic bluffs and rolling hills, you’ll delight in the serene qualities of its natural landscape and the friendly atmosphere of an agricultural-based community with hometown values.