Littleton Advantage

What We Love about Littleton!

We have an authentic, historic downtown, an educated workforce, cultural amenities, a strategic location to the Denver Metro area, proximity to two major airports, easy to access transit, and award winning K-12 schools. 


Just 20 minutes from Downtown Denver, the City of Littleton encompasses 14 square miles. It is bordered on the north by Englewood, on the south by Highlands Ranch, on the east by Centennial and on the west by unincorporated Jefferson County. Getting around is easy with quick access to I-25, C-470 and South Santa Fe Drive.


Littleton Public Schools are rated at the highest level in Colorado (Source: EdNews Colorado). About 85% of LPS graduates indicate they will continue to college or another form of post-secondary education, earning more than $40 million in college scholarships annually.

Arapahoe Community College is located just south of Downtown Littleton and offers 7 academic pathways with over 100 degrees and certificates for students to choose from. This institution has maintained a steady annual increase in student population due to their ability to support students in discovering and achieving goals for their future.

Residents are well educated with 58.4% having a bachelor’s degree or higher (Source: Esri). The Colorado average is 43.7% (Source: US Census Bureau). 

Amenities and Services

Light Rail

Littleton has two light rail stations operating as part of the Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) C and D Lines. RTD plans to extend this line south to Highlands Ranch.

Downtown Station

Lines: C/D • Fare zone: C

Location: Southeast corner of Alamo and Prince Street

Parking spaces: 461

Mineral Station

Lines: C/D • Fare zone: C

Location: South Santa Fe Drive and Mineral Avenue

Parking spaces: 1,227