Invest in Boulder, CO
Earn tax-exempt income* while investing in Boulder
You can invest in a diverse set of projects in Boulder by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.
Past projects funded by Boulder bonds
Downtown Boulder Station
Public transit is frequently a focus of bond funding projects, and Boulder is no exception. Improvements to downtown Boulder Station and the surrounding areas have not only made the station more efficient and better able to handle increased traffic, it has also made the station easier to access for both pedestrians and bikers. The station now offers a free bike storage system for people who bike to the station to ride.
West End Revitalization
Public improvements to the West End of Pearl Street have made the area more pedestrian-friendly, with wider sidewalks, new bus stops, and new pedestrian street crossings. And the investment into the area has spurred private development, and several buildings - such as the old Daily Camera building on Pearl Street - are being demolished and rebuilt into modern buildings with both commercial and residential space.
City-Wide School Upgrades
In 2014, Boulder voters approved the largest K-12 bond in Colorado's history. The result was that repairs and renovations were done to every single school in the Boulder Valley School District. That's on top of construction of three new elementary schools, and expanding kindergarten and pre-school services at each school.
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