Colorado Recruiting Zone - Brighton
- 24 neighborhood and community parks
- 600 acres of open space
- 34 miles of trails
- The city of Brighton began in the form of a train stop, which had a windmill, a water tank, a small depot and a section house.
Arts & Culture
- Brighton's diverse ethnic population provides the backdrop for a community rich in culture and tradition. These traditions are evidenced through community events such as the Festival of Lights Parade and Culturefest….A Taste of Brighton.
- Adams County Government
- Platte Valley Medical Center
- Petrocco Farms
- K-Mart Distribution Center
- Halliburton Energy Services
- Valley Bank & Trust
- The central location of metro Denver to the western United States makes the area one of the country's most important transportation hubs. Brighton sits in a transportation triangle bordered on three sides by major highways and rail lines. These routes provide superior access to all major transportation corridors in the metro area.
- Most of the City of Brighton is located in a state Enterprise Zone. Any industrial or commercial land annexed into the city prior to 1990 may be eligible for State income tax credits.
Brighton is the future home of a two Vestas manufacturing plants, a wind turbine blade factory and a nacelle manufacturing plant. The factories are valued at $290 million and will provide 1,350 employment opportunities