Of all the Towns in the State of Colorado, few have experienced the overwhelming change that Silverthorne has in the short time since its incorporation in 1967. Over the course of its existence, the Town of Silverthorne has gone from a makeshift construction camp for workers building the Dillon Dam, to a period where the most the Town had to offer was a convenient refueling stop along the Interstate, to a full-service, well-balanced community of an estimated 4,200 people.
|Population (2017)||Population Change (2010-2017)||Median Household Income||Total Housing Units||Number of Households||Percentage of Vacant/Seasonal Units||Percentage Age 25+ with BA or Higher Degree||Median Age||Percentage of Hispanic Residents|
|Source: Colorado State Demography Office
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 5-Year Estimates, 2017