Berthoud; Town of
328 Massachusetts Avenue P.O. Box 1229 Berthoud, CO 80513
Berthoud is a growing small, progressive community which endeavors to provide the quality of life enjoyed by past and present generations while ensuring its position for the future within the dynamic Front Range economic corridor. It is a town that works together to control its own destiny by being proactive in planning for growth while preserving and enhancing its rural character.
Berthoud, the original settlement of the Little Thompson Valley, is located in Northern Colorado's Larimer County. The community is named after Capt. Edward L. Berthoud who engineered an extension of the Colorado Central Railroad route from Longmont to Cheyenne in 1877. Influential in the politics of the Colorado Territory, Capt. Berthoud never made his home in the community that now boasts a population of nearly 15,000 residents in the town and outlying rural areas.
Targeted Industries: Energy, Agriculture, Bioscience, Medical, Technology.