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Eastlake, Colorado

Eastlake, Colorado
Town

The Eastlake Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company, located at 126th Avenue and Claude Court in the Eastlake Neighborhood of Thorton.
Eastlake, Colorado
Eastlake, Colorado
Location within the state of Colorado

Coordinates: 39°55′17″N 104°57′33″W / 39.92139°N 104.95917°W / 39.92139; -104.95917Coordinates: 39°55′17″N 104°57′33″W / 39.92139°N 104.95917°W / 39.92139; -104.95917

Country  United States
State  Colorado
Counties Adams[1]
Elevation[1] 5,269 ft (1,606 m)
Time zone MST (UTC-7)
 • Summer (DST) MDT (UTC-6)
ZIP code[2] 80614

Eastlake is an unincorporated community and a U.S. Post Office in Adams County, Colorado, United States. The Eastlake Post Office has the ZIP Code 80614.[2] Numerous businesses are located in the business district of Eastlake, including; 1st Street Saloon, Appletree Dental of Eastlake, Carlson Associates, Colorado Eye Center Optometry, Eastlake Barber Shop, Eastlake Montessori School, Impact Printing, Lake Avenue Inn, Papa Mazzotti's Italian Restaurant, Lisa Anne's Cookies and Gift Shoppe, and St. Andrew's Electric. Most of the Eastlake area has been annexed by the City of Thornton.

Geography

Eastlake is located at 39°55′17″N 104°57′33″W / 39.92139°N 104.95917°W / 39.92139; -104.95917 (39.921323,-104.959259).

References

External links

  • Adams County
  • City of Thornton
  • History of Eastlake
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