Parker is a growing rural town with suburban developments. It’s a suburb of Denver and has an estimated population of 51,163. Parker is east of Lone Tree and south of Foxfield.
The median home value in Parker is $330,800. The median household income is around $101,969.
Although southeast of the Denver Metro Area, Parker has excellent views of the Front Range, including Pikes Peak. The average low temperatures in January is around 17 degrees. The average high temperature in July is around 87 degrees. If you live in Parker, you’ll see sunny days an average of 242 days a year. You’ll see an average snowfall of 66 inches and an average rainfall of 18 inches.
Parker has a strong economy with management jobs being the top employment choice at 16.9 percent. This is followed by administrative jobs at 12.9 percent. The next most popular jobs are retail at 11.3 percent, with business and financial operations at 9.8 percent. The last of the top five positions in Parker are education and library jobs at 6.6 percent.
Parker has one school district: Douglas County School District RE-1. If you’re looking for a college or university, Parker has The University Center at Chaparral and Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine. The University Center at Chaparral has courses from various institutions across the state.
Parker, Colorado has an educated population with 98 percent of adults having completed their high school education and 53.6 percent of adults having a Bachelor’s degree.
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