Monument – Area Information and Real Estate Insights

Between Denver and Colorado Springs, there is a high point where you’ll find Monument, Colorado. This city is a growing community and gaining attention among families seeking a smaller but well-located city. Not only is Monument located near natural wonders like the Pike National Forest and just about any outdoor activity you can imagine, but it’s also community stock full of small boutique businesses and local culture.

There is a historic downtown area in Monument which plays home to mom and pop businesses and acts as a natural gathering place for residents and visitors. You’ll find quaint wooden sidewalks that lead to art museums, restaurants, antiques and more.

Since Monument is located between Denver and Colorado Springs, residents have the option of commuting to either community depending on their work backgrounds. Residents can also stay right in town and make careers in the tourism and hospitality industry, education or healthcare industries. Quality high paying jobs can also be found in the manufacturing, warehouse and transportation areas in Monument.

The median home price in Monument is $508,000 and has seen a 7.3% increase in value since this same time last year. Property taxes range from $2000-$3000 annually which depends on the area of Monument the home is in.

Helpful Links and Resources

The City of Monument – Business, public works, and city government information.  

Monument City Water – Set up your service or check out the current rates here.

Electricity Service – Start or stop service at your Monument home.

Parks and Recreation – Maps, events, facility rentals camps, workshops and more.  

Events Calendar – Get notified or learn more about events in and around Monument.