Simla, Colorado, is located in Elbert County, approximately 45 miles Northeast of the City of Colorado Springs, along Highway 24.
Simla is a prime example of High Plains living at its finest. Simla still maintains a small town rural feel, with urban amenities located within a reasonable drive time.
Simla was established in the late 1890’s, as a stop along the Rock Island Rail line. The town was founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1912. Simla grew and thrived as an agricultural community for the better part of a century. As times changed so did the economical driving factors of the community. In the 1970’s local, small business, and commercial industry/manufacturing thrived in town.
Simla remains a quaint, quiet and friendly community which is proud of its past and hopeful for its future!
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Please call us at (719)541-2468 or stop by our Town Hall for any additional information you need.