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Englewood

The City of Englewood is a home rule municipality located in Arapahoe County, Colorado. It has a population of 33,659, as of the 2020 census. It is part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is located within the Front Range Urban Corridor.

Englewood is a vibrant community with a wide range of cultural and recreational opportunities. Its CityCenter offers a blend of shopping, dining, and cultural facilities. The CityCenter is easily accessible by car, bike, bus, and light rail. Among its cultural institutions is the University of Denver, which has a prominent role in giving the city its college-town character. The school is also the home of the NCAA hockey championships.

Englewood is a primarily residential community, although many people also commute to Denver for work. The city also offers a free city shuttle to get around town. The city also offers several public transit options, including the RTD-Denver. The city is home to over 30,500 people, and many residents work in the city.

This small town is home to a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities, including an outdoor museum and a performance hall. The surrounding mountain scenery is stunning, and the downtown area is bustling with businesses. It is a perfect place for families to spend their time. The community is located in the South Platte River Valley and is within the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area.

The city’s historic downtown was established during the Gold Rush. The area includes the historic Gothic Theatre, which was the first movie theater west of the Mississippi River. The building was closed for many years, but reopened in 1998 as a music venue. Now, it hosts local concerts and film showcases.

Whether you want a single family home or a large complex, you can find the perfect place to live in Englewood. A realtor will likely recommend a neighborhood based on its proximity to parks. More than 65 percent of Englewood residents live within a half-mile of a public park. Additionally, the city has a skateboard park and several natural open space areas.

In the 1850s, William Green Russell discovered gold in Little Dry Creek. The town was incorporated in the early 1900s, and the police department and fire department were established. Today, the town is known for its scenic beauty and small town charm. The city offers many opportunities to relax and enjoy your time.

In terms of health care, Englewood is home to several notable medical facilities. The Swedish Medical Center is the largest employer in the city, and Craig Hospital, recently remodeled, provides comprehensive care for patients with brain or spinal cord damage. Additionally, the Kaiser Permanente clinic offers superior outpatient wellness services.