Homes for sale in Brush! CO
Brush Colorado was once a cattle town with Agriculture still the main resource. Sugar beet, corn wheat and beans is still the bases of today's agriculture in Brush. A variation of employers in the Brush area: Pawnee Power Plant (State provider) and East Morgan (Banner) County Hospital / EbenEzar Luthern Care Center. The transportation corridors that run through the town of Brush include BNSF, Amtrak, and UP/SP Railroad; I-76; US-6 and 34; State Hwy.-71; linking Brush to US-287 to I-70.
The exclamation point after the Brush! name dates back to 1978. The Brush Area Chamber of Commerce and the Brush City Council began placing the exclamation point after Brush! to emphasize a "can do attitude". A major toothpaste manufacture paid Brush to add the exclamation point and gave free toothpaste to residents and filmed several TV commercials in Brush Colorado with the local Brush folks touting the toothpaste. The adoption of the exclamation point is still used today in Brush!
New residents are delighted to find the average home prices are less than that found in Denver. Brush Colorado homes with tree lined streets and a friendly neighborhood feel, a host of neighborhood parks, excellent schools, and a mild climate make new residents proud to call Brush home. You can travel to nearby state wildlife areas, Brush Prairie Ponds and the Brush State Wildlife Area, to enjoy hunting and fishing if this is your favorite pastime. Brush is a prime area for hunting deer, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, rabbit, and turkey.
Another great event in Brush is the annual 4th of July Parade, Pancake breakfast in the park, and the Brush Rodeo. The event begins with a large Independence Day Parade including a multitude of floats and the annual water fight between the Brush Fire Dept and some of the spectators! The Brush Fire Dept wins hands down with their superior water power! The Brush Rodeo which attracts 600-800 contestants from all over the United States, and ending the evening by viewing spectacular fireworks.