- City of Sterling
Sterling was incorporated on December 13, 1884. The City of Sterling Charter was adopted on May 2, 1950 and became a Home Rule City on January 1, 1952.
Known as the Queen City of the Plains, Sterling is located in Logan County in the Northeastern corner of Colorado on Interstate 76. Having the largest population, estimated at approximately 14,777, of those communities in Colorado east of Pueblo, Sterling is the regional shopping hub for Northeast Colorado and Southwest Nebraska.
421 N. 4th St./P.O. Box 4000
Sterling, CO 80751-0400
- Logan County
Located in the northeast corner of our beautiful State of Colorado, Logan County is a rapidly growing agriculture and industry-based community. Sterling is the commercial hub of NE Colorado for approximately 60,000 people. It is located 125 miles from Denver, 90 minutes from Denver International Airport and 40 minutes from I-80. Colorado’s beautiful mountains are only a 2 hour drive away!
- Sterling Police
Our mission is to support a high quality of life for those we serve in our community by preserving peace, protecting life and property and providing public safety leadership. We accomplish this mission by response with compassion, performance with integrity and law enforcement with vision.
Address: 421 N 4th St, Sterling, CO 80751
- Logan County Sheriff
The mission of the Logan County Sheriffs Office is to maintain social order and provide professional law enforcement services to the citizens of Logan County.
We will provide these services with the Morals, Honor and Integrity expected by us in the community.
Logan County Sheriff
Dispatch Center 970-522-3512
- Northeastern Junior College
Northeastern is the largest two-year residential college in Colorado. Located in the vibrant, friendly town of Sterling, Colorado, Northeastern offers big-school amenities at a small-school price.
Northeastern Junior College
100 College Avenue
Sterling, Colorado 80751
- Sterling High School
Sterling High School. Home of the Sterling Tigers! Grades 9-12 with high achieving academic programs, state champion athletic teams and scholar athletes, a vibrant and active music program, various clubs and caring teachers and staff.
Address: 407 W Broadway St, Sterling, CO 80751
- Sterling Middle School
Our goal is for all students to achieve academic success. This is only possible if students and parents share the responsibility for student achievement with us. I encourage students to be prepared for class each day, participate, become involved in our school, stay organized and give their best. At Sterling Middle School, interacting in a respectful manner is an expectation of everyone
Sterling Middle School is grades 6-8.
Address: 1177 Pawnee Ave, Sterling, CO 80751
- Campbell Elementary School
Grades 3-5 “Hear us ROAR!!!” Our school is a safe environment, where staff is dedicated to partnering with our students’ families for the success of each child. We embrace the whole child, cultivating each child’s full potential. Students are provided necessary support systems for their learning. We believe in the growth of the child to become responsible, self disciplined, independent learners. Children are also exposed to technology to prepare for the ever-changing technological world.
902 Clark St
Sterling, CO 80751
- Ayers Elementary
Grades K-2 Our mission is to create a safe, friendly, and consistent environment where all students become 21st Century learners. As highly-effective teachers, we will foster academic excellence through a rigorous curriculum that is supported by research-based best practices to include academic, social, and emotional learning.
Ayres Elementary School
1812 Robin Road
Sterling, CO 80751
- Hagen Early Education Center
Hagen Early Education Center
301 Hagen St
Sterling, CA 80751
- RE-1 Valley School District
In 2005 RE-1 Valley moved away from neighborhood schools. For elementary school all students that live in town attend Ayres Elementary for Kindergarten through Grade 2, then go to Campbell Elementary for grades 3-5. Grades 6-8 attend Sterling MS and grades 9-12 go to Sterling High School. Caliche is a pre-k-12 facility that serves students from Iliff, Crook, Padroni, and surrounding areas.
Address: 301 Hagen St, Sterling, CO 80751
Phone: (970) 522-0792
- Department of Motor Vehicles
Sterling Registration & Titling
OFFICE DOES NOT HANDLE DRIVER LICENSE TRANSACTIONS
Address 315 Main St.Sterling, CO 80751
Sterling Driver License Office
714 W. Main St.
Sterling, CO 80751
- Logan County Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce to be dedicated to support, promote, and guide the business and civic communities of Logan County to nurture positive business and community growth. The Chamber provides programs and services to enhance our favorable business climate. We have been and will continue to be a force for constructive change in the community.
109 N Front Street, Sterling, CO 80751
- Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center is dedicated to encouraging the development of healthy children and strong family units by providing support systems, education, and referral services in Logan County, Colorado.
We believe that healthy families are the foundation of a healthy society. We believe that all children deserve to have healthy families who will support, educate, nurture, protect and encourage them. We believe that an entire community is responsible for lifting up and supporting its members for the betterment of all.
- Logan County Humane Society
The Logan County Humane Society (LCHS) is a private nonprofit organization acting as a county-wide center for the needs of animals, pet owners, and the community at large concerning animal welfare issues and animal control problems.
Our dedicated staff have hearts for animals and ensure that every animal which comes under our care receives humane treatment. Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Saturday-Sunday, 8:00AM to 12:00 PM. If you witness any animal unleashed animals, or animal cruelty, please contact us immediately
13884 County Road 43
Sterling, CO 80751
Call Us: (970) 520-2804
- Visit Logan County
Explore Sterling and Logan County and experience another side of Colorado. It’s a good time to be here! The revitalization of Sterling’s downtown has been ignited with new shops, eateries and the first brewery in the region.
Enjoy our rich past and innovative attractions. Discover our museums and historical sites. Tour our collection of hand-carved tree sculptures and see why Sterling is called the “City of Living Trees.” Travel through the natural beauty of the high plains and encounter the fickleness of Mother Nature which assures a variety of seasonal weather for all sorts of activities. This is where you’ll find the perfect spot to show what you can do in the great outdoors.
- Where to Stay
Accommodations in Sterling range from a quaint boutique motel to modern hotels in beautiful settings.
- Where to eat
Our culinary culture includes down home favorites at the local diners and exquisite cuisine in upscale restaurants.
- Sterling Parks & Recreation
Sterling Parks & Recreation provides a variety of sports and activities for youth and adults throughout the year. To send an email to Sterling Parks & Recreation, just complete this FORM
- North Sterling State Park
This large, spacious reservoir on the high plains draws locals and tourists alike from May through September and waterfowl hunters during the hunting season. North Sterling State Park is a gateway to fun and relaxation. Elks Campground is open year-round.
A boater's paradise, this large irrigation reservoir offers great coves and fingers to explore during the spring and summer months. Anglers, boaters and water skiers enjoy the water all day, while land lovers hike, bike, or picnic. For more information, click on a link to the left to learn more about summer (and fall, winter, and spring) fun at North Sterling State Park.
Eagle and Hawk Information:
North Sterling carefully monitors the activity of hawks and eagles in the vicinity of the park. For the most current information on eagle and hawk sightings, check the "Birding" section of the Park Activities page.
24005 CR 330
Sterling, CO, 80751
- Disc Golf
An 18 hole course located at Pioneer Park in Sterling.
Come check out the new improved Pioneer Park DGC, Redesign of holes #1 and 18. Superb 12 ft Tee Pads point you in the right direction.
Nice variety of long drives and very tight technical wooded shots. Water on holes, 2, 8 and now 18. Throw low. Put your skills to the test in the tight technical woods. Let your drive rip threw the air on the long open shots, and finesse your way through the city park. Pioneer Park awaits you.
Local club Hellfire Disc Golf Club. Course Contact Gary Mustard 970-571-9133
Vitually every denomination is supported with a church here in Sterling. Click on the church for a current directoy and contact information.
- Logan County Fair & Rodeo
Carnival, livestock, parade, music, demolition derby, rodeo, royalty and more. There is plenty to do, see and eat at the fair. See you there!
Address:1120 Pawnee Avenue
- Sugar Beet Days
Sugar Beet Days was established in 1981 and is held annually on the 3rd weekend of September. Sugar Beet Days is the premier festival in northeast Colorado with 200+ food and craft vendors and two full days of entertainment. The event is held on the Historic Logan County Courthouse Square in beautiful downtown Sterling, Colorado. You will find this festival truly has something for everyone.
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