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Due to anticipated demonstrations at the Colorado State Capitol Jan. 15-20, 20, Denver city government buildings will be open on modified operations schedules. Denver Police encourage individuals to report any suspicious activity by calling the police non-emergency line at 720-913-2000. Call 911 if it is an emergency.
Human Rights & Community Partnerships uses data, research, and reports to better inform policy decisions and to share information with residents. Check out our neighborhood profiles, GIS maps, and annual reports here.
Below are neighborhood demographic profiles for Denver's 78 neighborhoods (Source: American Community Survey 2013-2017 Five Year Estimates).
The profiles include demographic information on gender, race/ethnicity, immigrants, languages spoken, age, disability, economics (i.e.) median gross rent, poverty level, and median household income), and education.
These maps were created to help government, nonprofit, and business organizations outreach more efficiently and effectively to Denver's different neighborhoods.
Below are demographic maps by by percentage by neighborhood. (Source: 2014-2018 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates). This information was created to assist government, nonprofit, and business organizations in outreaching to Denver's various demogrpahic groups.
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