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   Rotary Club of Niwot   
Niwot, Colorado, USA
Est. 2008


 Quick Directions to Niwot

From the North:
Basically, you will be coming SW out of Longmont on Hwy 119. If you are coming from farther areas north, come south on I-25 to Exit 240 (the south Longmont exit), and go east on 119 through Longmont. 119 is call Ken Pratt as it goes through Longmont. It eventually gets to Hover Rd. and bends SE out of town. Niwot is about 4 miles south and the second traffic light on the divided highway. Take a left into town (Niwot Rd.).

If you are north of Longmont, and don't want to go out to I-25, take Hwy 287 south to Longmont. It becomes Main Street  in Longmont. Go through most of the town and turn right on Ken Pratt (h\Hwy 119). Continue east to Hover Rd. and just keep following 119 south, as above.

From the South (Boulder):
If you are coming into Boulder on 36, take the first exit which is for the Foothills Parkway (Hwy 157). (Stay to the left on the exit to really get on Foothills.) Simply follow this road north and after 4 traffic lights it becomes "the Diagonal" (Hwy 119). About 4-5 miles (and 4 more traffic lights) is Niwot Rd. You can turn in there or go another 100 yards and turn in on 2nd Ave. Look for the big flagpole by the Bank of the West. (If you turned in on Niwot Rd., take the first left on Franklin St. and go 1 block to 2nd Ave.)

From the East (I-25):
An alternative for either of the above, that some may prefer, is to go to I-25 Exit 235 for Highway 52 (5 miles south of the south Longmont exit above) and west 11 miles to the Hwy 119 light in front of the old IBM plant. Turn right and go 1 mile up to Niwot. Turn in either way as you would when coming from Boulder.

Visiting Rotarians and Guests are extremely welcome.
Be sure to re-check our Meeting Locations page for the date you would like to visit.


 

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