According to Homefacts, Western Garfield County’s air quality is above average. In 2010, our drinking water quality met all state and federal standards. And with our Energy Village plan driving a shift to renewable energy sources, our community continues to grow cleaner and more sustainable day-by-day.
Climate & Geography
Elevation: 5,345 feet above sea-level
Topography: mountainous, with valleys and high plateaus
Average Temperatures: 24 – 60 degrees Fahrenheit
Average rainfall: 13.8 inches
Average snowfall: 56.7 inches