Moving to Denver: 30 Online Resources to Help You Relocate

Jacquelyn Mabry, Realtor
Jacquelyn Mabry, Realtor
Published on June 6, 2018

You’re moving to Denver, and there’s a lot to consider. Understanding the job market, neighborhoods, and housing options will help you find the most suitable place to put down new roots. If you have children or pets, you will want their transition to a new home to be seamless and smooth. If you are a senior moving to Denver, you’ll want to know what special amenities are available. Further, foreknowledge of Denver’s medical facilities will help you be prepared before there’s an emergency. Finally, learning about the many things to do in Denver will help the whole family get excited about the move. Whatever your life circumstances, here are 30 online resources to support your move to Denver.

Moving to Denver- Employment Considerations

Colorado has been ranked among the top places in the nation to obtain employment and to start a business. To learn more about these rankings, and about some of the key industriesin Colorado, visit

If you are seeking employment, in addition to using your favorite nation-wide job search site, Andrew Hudson’s job list has been lauded as a reputable place to obtain Colorado-specific employment information. For more help finding a job in the Denver area, visit the Denver Public Library’s Guide for Jobseekers. And, finally, check out this Denver Post article for tips on finding employment in the Denver metro area.

For the more entrepreneurial-minded, visit the City of Denver’s Office of Economic Development for tips and resources for starting a business in Denver. For great networking opportunities, check out the Denver Chamber of Commerce

Moving to Denver- Your New Home

A great way to gain a more intimate understanding of Denver neighborhoods is with an interactive online tour, available at Visit today to get a feel for the best locations for you. Contact us at Wash Park CO for information on homes and neighborhoods you’ll love. 

If you are looking to purchase a home, check out this Denver Post article on the competitive housing market in Denver. For first-time home buyers, consider this home buying checklistfor all those financial considerations to keep in mind when purchasing your first house. 

If renting is more your style, visit The Nest for a helpful checklist of things to consider when finding and budgeting for your rental. 

Whether you are purchasing a home or renting, consider the U.S. government’s guide to insurance policies for home buyers and renters, so you can better understand what coverage you’ll need after your move.

Moving to Denver- Kids and Education

If you have children, check out this Parents article for practical tips to help them feel more comfortable with the move. Learn more about public schooling in your new home state by exploring Denver’s public schools. For a thorough listing of Denver private schools, including brief descriptions and links to websites, visit Private School Review

If your family requires child care, will help you begin to explore your options. This listing of 54 Denver-area child care providers includes links to providers’ websites and helpful descriptions, and the site is searchable by your specific child care needs. 

If higher education or continuing education is on the horizon for a member of your family, visit the College Simply listing of colleges and universities in Colorado. 

Moving to Denver- Pets

Pets are members of the family. provides useful tips to help your pets adjust to their new home. BringFido offers a user-friendly website of all the off-leash dog parks in Denver. It displays helpful photographs of the parks, so you get a feel for them before visiting. Denver’s Department of Parks and Recreation provides Denver’s official listing of all city dog parks. It also outlines rules for use. And finally, since skiing is so integral to Colorado culture, check out this 303Magazine article about places in Colorado where you can go skiing with your dog. 

Moving to Denver- Housing for Seniors


If you are a senior moving to Denver, or if you know and love a senior who will be relocating to the Denver area, is a website for local senior living options. It includes available amenities and is searchable by specialty care options.  

Moving to Denver- Area Hospitals

U.S. News and World Report offers a helpful ranking of Denver hospitals. Their article also includes information on hospital specialties you may require.

Moving to Denver- Recreation

Denver’s culture is vibrant and unique, with great live music, museums, special events, and restaurants to suit every member of your family. To explore the fun things in your new hometown, visit for a comprehensive listing of things to do in Denver. 303magazine is another resource for discovering what’s going on in Denver. And finally, here’s an article from CBS Denver about single-day ski adventures around Denver.

Moving to Denver- Other Useful Information for Your Move

For information on registering to vote in Colorado, visit the Denver Elections Division

For a green alternative to your Denver transportation needs, visit Denver B-cycle to learn more about Denver’s bicycle rental program. If cars are more your speed, will help you learn what you need to do to re-register your vehicle in Colorado. 

Moving is a complicated, multi-faceted process. Moving to Denver doesn’t have to be chaotic! Tackling all the detail-oriented tasks in manageable chunks helps keep the moving process productive. With so many helpful and informative online resources available, what can you do to begin planning your relocation today?



Moving to Denver: 30 Online Resources to Help You Relocate
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