Cimarron Hills is a town in Colorado with a population of 17,744. Cimarron Hills is in El Paso County. Living in Cimarron Hills offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Cimarron Hills there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Cimarron Hills and residents tend to lean conservative.
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We have lived here for a year and a half. We have a small child and the neighborhood is very family friendly. We live in Claremont Ranch and there is no HOA, which is a plus to us. The neighborhood still looks pretty good. There is some theft crime, but that is anywhere you go nowadays. The park nearby is small, but good for our uses. Probably not for older kids. Close to King Soopers and really anything one might need. Good view of Pikes Peak in most of the neighborhood. My only beef is that the houses are too close together. I basically see houses out of every window in my house. However I realize this is common here. I'm from Texas and lived in a small town where the houses are a little more spread out. That also seems all over the Springs. Not necessarily Cimarron Hills.
Cimarron Hills is a family friendly neighborhood, just on the edge of the east side of Colorado Springs. It is very close to Peterson AFB, Highway 24, shops, restaurants, movie theater, grocery stores. Costco, Target, Walmart, are all within 5 miles. The Colorado Springs airport is 10 minutes away while the downtown area is approximately 10 miles away. This family friendly neighborhood is perfect for military families that are looking for a home that is in a safe neighborhood, while also being close to schools and military installations. Currently, a King Soupers grocery superstore is being built in the neighborhood, with a four store strip mall section and a couple of stand-alone businesses also in the plans for an early 2017 grand opening.
There is plenty of shopping and restaurants in the area. Neighborhoods are pretty quiet and have lots of families that live here. Everything you could ever need is within 5 miles such as Lowes, Walgreens, Texas Roadhouse, Walmart, Target, Game Stop, Safeway, King Soopers, and anything else you might need. Worse case is you have to drive to the north end of town which is only 15 minutes or so away. Overall I wouldn't live in any other part of town.