There are 33 independent living communities in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The average cost per day of independent living in Colorado is approximately $61, with costs running between $32 and $160 daily. On a per month basis, this equates to a median expense of $1,822, with costs ranging from about $963 up to $4,785. The average annual cost is $21,862, which is less than the nationwide average of $23,100.
The cost for independent living in Colorado Springs can range from about $1,213 per month up to $3,512 per month. The average cost is about $2,434 per month, or around $29,205 per year.
Colorado Springs is a major city in the State of Colorado. It is located within El Paso County. It is the 2nd largest city in the state. The encompassing metropolitan area contains 507,819 residents, but there are 525,713 living within the city itself. Residents over 55 compose around 21% of the total community.
The SeniorScore™ for Colorado Springs is 76. The city has a median per capita income of $29,000. The median household income is $60,000 in comparison to an average of $51,000 for the entire state of Colorado. The current unemployment rate is about 8.23% and the median home price is $159,000, which is significantly lower than the Colorado average of $318,000.
Colorado Springs has extreme mean temperatures, with bitterly cold winters and calm summers. The city gets ideal amounts of rain each year. In relation to other cities in the US, Colorado Springs has a high crime rate and poor air quality.