Demand for water grew Littleton. Denver City needed water and a series of ditches were planned to carry life-sustaining water to farms and businesses and this brought engineer Richard Sullivan Little to survey south of Denver. Little fell in love with present-day Littleton and filed a homestead claim. By 1876, Littleton’s Main Street was lined with shops and a hotel and the locals had built schools and churches to meet their educational and religious needs. One hundred years later it was aerospace, specifically Martin Marietta, that lured thousands of new families to Littleton. The 2010 census counted 41,737 residents in Littleton, and the beauty of it is that Littleton has retained its small town charm amidst all of the growth and today is one of the metro area’s most desired addresses.
Allstar Electrical Services is proud to visit Littleton often, for both residential and commercial electrical services.