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 Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area is a metropolitan statistical area defined by the United States Census Bureau as the ten-county region centered on the city of Denver, Colorado and its eastern neighbor, Aurora.
The area is colloquially referred to by the terms Denver Metro or Metro Area, and includes the City and County of Denver; Jefferson and Broomfield counties to the north and west; Arapahoe and Douglas counties to the south and east; and Adams County to the north and east.
Denver was the first major city in the United States to reach compliance with all six of these standards after previously violating five of them[2].
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Denver_Metropolitan_Area   (660 words)

  
 Consumer Expenditure Survey for Denver
Whereas households in Denver spent more than the national average in nearly all spending categories, the shares of their total budget allocated in most categories were within 1.0 percent of the share allocated by the average U.S. household.
Expenditures vary among areas not only because of economic factors such as the prices of goods and services and family income, but also because of differences such as the age of the population, consumer tastes, family size, etc. Therefore, survey dollar amounts cannot be used to make cost of living comparisons between areas.
Denver households spent 12.9 percent of their budget on food, close to the national average of 13.2 percent.
www.bls.gov /ro7/cexdenver.htm   (2433 words)

  
 Denver Homes : Colorado Living : Colorado real estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Denver metropolitan area is located where the east meets the west…where the Rocky Mountains begin and the eastern plains end.
Denver's climate, boasting 300 sunny days a year, offers new residents the four seasons with a mild and dry climate throughout the year.
Denver has evolved into a city with a very high concentration of "baby boomers," and has a median age that is very close to the U.S. median age of 34.4.
www.buyerbroker-denver.com /colorado.html   (315 words)

  
 Brookings: Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Denver is a national center for the cable television industry.
In addition, the Denver area has been a major center for the production of magnetic-tape data storage devices, which began with an IBM facility established in Boulder in the 1960s.
Denver ranks relatively low in patenting and patent intensity (patents per 10,000 manufacturing workers) and its patent rate is growing slower than the average of all our high tech metropolitan areas.
www.brookings.edu /es/urban/cortright/denver.htm   (340 words)

  
 DHPD - Denver Health Paramedic Division   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Denver is the economic, cultural, and transportation capital of the vast Rocky Mountain West.
Denver is usually sunny, dry and warm with an average annual rainfall of 15 inches.
Red Rocks Amphitheater (a Denver mountain park) is a natural outdoor amphitheater with a fabulous view of the city, set dramatically among towering spires of red rock.
www.denverems.org /denver.html   (370 words)

  
 Denver Water's "Cooperative Action" Strategy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
As the Denver Water Board and staff concluded its work on the Board's "Integrated Resource Plan" (IRP) in 1996, the question remained of Denver Water's future relations with those metropolitan suburbs outside Denver's service area.
In a Board policy statement issued in October 1996, the Board made clear it would serve to "build-out" all of the uses within its service area – an area consisting of the City of Denver and 76 suburban distributors.
Since the Board issued its cooperative action policy, Denver Water staff has had extensive discussion on a regional basis with suburban water suppliers in the "Southern Region", the "Northwest Region", and the "Northeast Region", Summit County, Grand County, Eagle County, as well as with the City of Aurora concerning future possibilities for cooperative actions.
www.denverwater.org /waterwire/ht-cooperation.html   (253 words)

  
 Wildfire slows near Denver metropolitan area (printable version)
DENVER — A wildfire that was fast advancing on Denver started to slow by nightfall Monday as the wind shifted, easing the threat of mass evacuations in the southwestern metropolitan area.
But the good news for people on the north end of the fire was bad news for crews on the fire’s south flank, where the blaze turned back on itself and destroyed what little containment line had been built.
Earlier Monday, the fire burning toward Denver grew to more than 75,000 acres and roared to within five miles of residential neighborhoods, spreading toward Denver at about a mile an hour.
www.rgj.com /news/printstory.php?id=16513   (538 words)

  
 Denver Street School - Bringing Hope To Denver's At-Risk Youth
The Denver Street School, DSS, is a Christian alternative secondary school primarily serving the troubled and at-risk youth of the Denver metropolitan area.
The vision to start the street school was first formulated in 1979 during a summer visit to a group home in the Denver area by Tillapaugh, an Oklahoma public educator.
He was struck by the fact that while those living and rehabilitating in such homes for street people were working toward more productive lives, they still had a “street mentality” which would eventually draw them back to their old lifestyles.
www.denverstreetschool.com /purpose/history.html   (576 words)

  
 Denver Real Estate --- Metro Denver Colorado homes local highlights
Denver is the 24th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
The Denver Metropolitan Area is made up of six counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson.
The Zoo is located directly east of downtown Denver between York Street and Colorado Boulevard on 23rd Avenue.
www.denverrealestatenow.com /localattract.htm   (459 words)

  
 CREW Denver - Women Who Make The Deal
Silverstein will examine current and projected growth trends at the national, state and local levels, focusing on the industry developments that are impacting the seven-county Denver metropolitan area economy, including employment trends, population growth, construction activity and the real estate markets.
She serves as the consulting chief economist for the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce.
In these roles, she compiles, interprets and forecasts economic and demographic data for the Denver metropolitan area and performs in-depth research on issues and proposed developments impacting the region.
www.crewdenver.org /monthlyluncheons.asp   (249 words)

  
 Chamber Information
We are a membership organization, representing more than 3,000 area businesses and their employees from the seven-county Denver metropolitan area.
Currently, the organization is focusing its efforts in the areas of workforce development, education, healthcare, growth and land use management, transportation, and small business development.
The Chamber was originally formed as the Denver Board of Trade in 1867, to bring the railroad to Denver's sagging economy.
www.denverchamber.org /chamber/cinfo/index.htm   (201 words)

  
 January 6, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
If the weather/emergency is localized in one half of the city the message would say "Denver Federal Executive Board east of I-25 is closed.", meaning that only the agencies east of Interstate 25 are closed and that those west of I-25 still report for work and visa-versa if the weather is west of I-25.
Facilities outside the Denver metropolitan area (Boulder) may prefer to develop their own plans, since they are subject to different emergency and traffic conditions.
It is recommended that Federal agencies in the metropolitan area comply with this area-wide plan and the announced recommendation on dismissal or closure.
www.denver.feb.gov /03ESPlan.htm   (2738 words)

  
 05-26-04 Ozone & Smoke Toll Free Hotline
Denver – Colorado residents living outside the Denver metropolitan area now have a toll-free option for obtaining current ozone- and wildfire-related air quality information.
The two Denver metropolitan area hotline numbers operated by the Air Pollution Control Division are (303) 758-4848 and (303) 782-0211.
A portion of El Paso County, primarily the area in-and-around Colorado Springs, also is to be included in the Ozone Action Day Alerts although it is not a part of the nine counties declared by EPA to be out of compliance for federal standards for ground-level ozone.
www.co.boulder.co.us /health/pr/2004/052604OzoneSmokeHotline.htm   (610 words)

  
 Attorney Howard Haenel, Antonio, Bates & Bernard, P.C., Denver, Colorado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Since graduating from the University of Denver College of Law in 1981, Howard has practiced law in the greater Denver metropolitan area.
In 1996, Howard expanded his representation to individual clients, particularly in the area of family law, where his business skills enable him to represent clients with complex and high-asset marital estates.
Howard acts as a mentor to an East High School student and during the past 18 years has served as a volunteer to several community based organizations in the Denver metropolitan area.
www.denvercollaborativelaw.com /Bio/HowardHaenel.asp   (395 words)

  
 Census Bureau 1995 American Housing Survey, Denver Metro Area
In the report, American Housing Survey for the Denver Metropolitan Area in 1995, H170/95-46, respondents were asked to rate their neighborhood and their house or apartment as a place to live based on scales of 1 to 10, where 10 is the best and 1 is the worst.
Of the households in these neighborhoods, 10 percent reported problems with crime, a comparable proportion reported problems with traffic and 4 percent experienced problems with litter or housing deterioration.
Other findings about the Denver, Colo. Metropolitan Area: - The area had 774,000 housing units in 1995, of which 726,000 were occupied (65 percent by owners and 35 percent by renters).
www.census.gov /Press-Release/cb97h15.html   (462 words)

  
 The Denver BlackPages
Considered the “Infotainment Center” for the Gateway to the West, DenverBlackPages.com is a leading source of news, business and entertainment for the Denver metropolitan area.
The re-launch of DenverBlackPages.com is an opportunity to introduce a new and independent source of community information relevant to Denver’s growing population of sophisticated urban professionals.
RNR Creative Enterprises, LLC is a creative multi-media company based in Denver, CO. RNR Creative Enterprises, LLC (www.rnrcreative.net) focuses on a wide variety of mediums, including but not limited to: advertising, publishing, documentary and film production.
www.denverblackpages.com /news/bInterest/bInterest.htm   (465 words)

  
 YMCA of Metropolitan Denver
Instead, at the YMCA you are part of the community and an organization that has served the Denver metropolitan area since 1875.
The YMCA is open to all, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, socio-economic levels and life style choices.
The YMCA of Metropolitan Denver serves over 100,000 people.
www.denverymca.org /whoWeAre.aspx   (165 words)

  
 Wyndham Denver Tech Center - Area Attractions
Englewood, Colorado was incorporated in 1903 and is centrally located within the Denver Metropolitan area just south of Denver.
Located just two and a half hours south of Denver; Browns Canyon is the only excuse you need to get away...
Located a short two and a half drive south of Denver, this is your chance to experience one of the more difficult runs, The Numbers.
www.wyndham.com /hotels/DENTC/attractions/main.wnt   (648 words)

  
 DRCOG - Area Agency on Aging
The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) serves as the region's Area Agency on Aging, planning and coordinating a continuum of services available to older adults living in the Denver metropolitan area (excluding Boulder County).
For general information, please contact the Area Agency on Aging at 303-455-1000.
Both houses of Congress have approved the reauthorization of the Older Americans Act and the bill is on its way to the President.The Older Americans Act is the key federal legislation guiding the work of the DRCOG Area Agency on Aging -- click here to learn more about the pending reauthorization.
www.drcog.org /index.cfm?page=AgingServices   (359 words)

  
 Denver Tourism Guide - Denver, Colorado Attractions, Vacations & More   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Denver Tourism Guide - Denver, Colorado Attractions, Vacations & More
With 16 countries and 70 wineries, this is truly Denver's premier wine event, Nov. 2 & 4.
Experience arts at altitude when local cultural organizations and art galleries offer a series of programs and events to celebrate the Denver Art Museum expansion September-March.
www.denver.org /visitors/index.asp   (88 words)

  
 Denver Houses And Homes - Real Estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
At the base of the Rocky Mountains sits the vibrant and growing city of Denver,Colorado.
Whether its the natural beauty of the Colorado high country or the opportunities of a major metropolitan area, Denver has what you've been looking for.
Visit our Home Search page to access the MLS for the entire Denver metropolitan area.
www.denverhousesandhomes.com   (95 words)

  
 Denver Metropolitan Area Round Dance Clubs & Classes
Denver Metropolitan Area Round Dance Clubs & Classes
It is always a good idea to call or email the instructor listed
Bob & Marlene Langan - Bob passed away May 2005
www.crda.net /Denver.html   (199 words)

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