This is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Colorado, with a population of 19,683(as of 2009). It is nestled in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, 35 miles southwest of downtown Denver.
Conifer has no mayor or city council.
All government business is handled through Jefferson County.
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Studies show 50% of the population arrived since 1995, 75% since 1990.
The average income is $114,375 and median income is $104,116. The median age is 40.7, compared to the state median age of 34.3.
More than 75% of the working community is employed in the Denver area.
Jefferson County, Colorado: Conifer is part of Jefferson County, which once was agricultural and mining but now is a thriving suburban, business, industrial and residential community. Jefferson County has a population of 529,401.
It is where the great plains meet the Rocky Mountains, with magnificent scenery. It enjoys 255 average days of sunshine a year. The coldest month of the year is January with an average temperature of 30 degrees. The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 74 degrees. The annual precipitation is 15.4 inches. The average annual snowfall is 60.3 inches. Average humidity is 40%.