Residing just 15 minutes north of downtown Denver, the nearly 36,000 residents of Northglenn spend time enjoying the 28 miles of off-street walking and biking paths that connect to larger pathways winding throughout downtown Denver.
Northglenn was incorporated in 1969 with a good portion of the original residents still inhabit the city. You can see why with everything Denver and the surrounding areas have to offer being so close. It’s only a short drive to many of Colorado’s prominent colleges: University of Denver, University of Colorado and University of Northern Colorado.
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