Brush is located in the fertile South Platte Valley in the northeastern corner of Colorado. It is in the heart of the state’s leading agricultural production region. Located along Interstate 76 (90 miles northeast of Denver and 120 miles from the Rocky Mountains), Brush is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 34, U.S. Highway 6, and Colorado State Highway 71. Denver International Airport is within an hour’s drive. Brush is the food and energy hub of a strong and growing local and regional market area. Known for its wide open spaces, Brush strives to retain its highly valued rural quality of life while easily mixing high tech with traditional rodeos and county fairs.