List of neighborhoods in Denver

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The 78 official neighborhoods of the City and County of Denver.

The City and County of Denver, capital of the U.S. state of Colorado, has 78 official neighborhoods as of January 2013.[1] In addition to the official administrative neighborhoods, many residents have names for local neighborhoods that may not conform to the boundaries of official neighborhoods. Denver does not have any official larger area designations, unlike the City of Chicago for example, which has larger areas that house the neighborhoods (IE: Northwest Side). Denver residents use the terms "north" "south" "east" and "west" loosely, and the neighborhoods as categorized below reflect this.[2]


Colorado State Capitol Building, at the western edge of the Capitol Hill neighborhood


The Phipps Mansion in the Belcaro neighborhood.


Russell Square Park in the Cole Neighborhood.


July 4th Arts Festival in the Cherry Creek commercial district


A flock of Canada geese on the frozen surface of Sloan's Lake in winter. Rocky Mountains are in the background.


Washington Park




Public housing in Sun Valley.

Non-official Neighborhoods[edit]

The Alamo Placita neighborhood is named for Alamo Placita Park. The street in the foreground is the northbound part of Speer Boulevard.
  • Alamo Placita — A historic district, part of the larger Speer neighborhood.
  • Burns Brentwood
  • Crestmoor
  • Curtis Park
  • Golden Triangle — An area which incorporates many of Denver's civic and cultural institutions, roughly corresponds with the Civic Center neighborhood.
  • Hampden Heights
  • LoDo — Original settlement of Denver, with many of its oldest buildings and is known for its nightlife, overlaps parts of the Union Station and Five Points neighborhoods.
  • Mayfair
  • Parkfield
  • RiNo (River North Art District)
  • Northside
  • Uptown — Roughly corresponds with North Capitol Hill neighborhood.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Denver Statistical Neighborhood Boundaries map" (PDF). DenverGov. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-02-18. Retrieved Oct 15, 2013.
  2. ^ "Find A City To Love - Where to Live in Denver". Archived from the original on 2013-08-29. Retrieved 2013-09-15.

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