Douglas County has been ranked as the healthiest in Colorado by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Boulder, Broomfield, Eagle, and San Miguel counties ranked within the top five.

Way to go, Colorado! More specifically, way to go, Douglas County. For the second year in a row, Douglas County has ranked as the healthiest in Colorado, according to a report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The foundation examined counties across the country and looked at various factors like tobacco use, access to health care and exercise, as well as length and quality of life, among others.
Overall, Douglas County hit top marks in each category, taking the No. 1 spot. It was followed by Boulder County, then Broomfield, Eagle, and San Miguel counties. Denver ranked at No. 30 in the state. You can review Colorado's full overview HERE.

Colorado's County Rankings:

*Please note that there are not rankings for Cheyenne, Dolores, Hinsdale, Jackson, Mineral, or San Juan counties.*
  1. Douglas
  2. Boulder
  3. Broomfield
  4. Eagle
  5. San Miguel
  6. Larimer
  7. Pitkin
  8. Jefferson
  9. Summit
  10. Routt
  11. Elbert
  12. Arapahoe
  13. Garfield
  14. Kit Carson
  15. Washington
  16. La Plata
  17. Park
  18. Rio Blanco
  19. Gunnison
  20. Archuleta
  21. Chaffee
  22. Logan
  23. Weld
  24. Grand
  25. Gilpin
  26. Lincoln
  27. Montrose
  28. Adams
  29. El Paso
  30. Denver
  31. Moffat
  32. Morgan
  33. Mesa
  34. Clear Creek
  35. Yuma
  36. Prowers
  37. Phillips
  38. Custer
  39. Fremont
  40. Lake
  41. Delta
  42. Baca
  43. Bent
  44. Kiowa
  45. Sedgwick
  46. Ouray
  47. Rio Grande
  48. Teller
  49. Montezuma
  50. Conejos
  51. Alamosa
  52. Las Animas
  53. Pueblo
  54. Crowley
  55. Otero
  56. Saguache
  57. Huerfano
  58. Costilla
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