The Statistical Neighborhood boundaries were developed in 1970 by the Community Renewal Program (CRP) which was administered by the current Denver Department of Community Planning and Development. Statistical Neighborhoods are typically combinations of census tracts. Geographic place names, such as Windsor and Mar Lee, were assigned to each area and reflect commonly used names of subdivisions and historical parts of the city.
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