Five Fun Facts About Centennial, CO
Located just south of Denver, Centennial is home to nearly 104,000 residents, is part of the fantastic Cherry Creek School District and is one of the safest towns in Colorado. If this isn’t enough to convince you that Centennial is a great town, here are a few fun facts to sway you:
- Centennial was ranked No. 13 on Money Magazine’s 2014 Best Places to Live in America list.
- Centennial is just a baby when it comes to official, incorporated towns in Colorado. The city was officially established on Feb. 7, 2001.
- Centennial has two park and recreation departments to manage two park districts in town. There are more than 100 parks, as well as hundreds of acres of open space and miles of trails.
- The city has a strong retail sector including shopping areas such as The Streets at SouthGlenn and the Centennial Promenade.
- The Denver Broncos NFL football team’s state-of-the-art headquarters calls Centennial home.
To learn more about the city, visit the official city website at centennialco.gov.
- Centennial is America’s Most Internet-Connected City
- City of Centennial to Offer Free Christmas Tree Recycling
- Centennial Receives Bloomberg Philanthropies Innovations Team Grant
- Centennial Ranks No. 26 on USA Today’s ‘50 Best Places to Live’
- Money Magazine Ranks Centennial at No. 13 on ‘Best Places to Live’ List
This local update courtesy of your Centennial Community Expert.