Timnath was established in 1882 as a busy hub of fur trading and farming. Its location on the Cache la Poudre River initially attracted people to the fertile land; and over time its proximity to larger communities – Fort Collins to the west, Windsor to the south, and Loveland and Greeley nearby – brought in residents who wanted to get away, but not too far away.
Only a short time ago, Timnath was the size of a small neighborhood, with a quaint Main Street and a population of 230. It became clear to the citizens of Timnath, however, that Northern Colorado offered a highly desirable quality of life. In order to preserve Timnath and not be absorbed into surrounding communities, the residents chose to proactively plan for people and families looking for a genuine small town with access to I-25, CSU, Budweiser Events Center, Centerra Mall and other regional amenities, a historic core, good schools and good neighbors. In the next 20 years, Timnath will grow 27 square miles adding 20,000 new residents.
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