Living in Centennial Colorado
One of Colorado’s newest cities; founded in 2000. Centennial is in the southern Denver metropolitan area, entirely within Arapahoe County. Centennial is adjacent to the cities and towns of Aurora, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch (unincorporated Douglas County), Littleton, Lone Tree and Parker. Centennial is a vibrant community that offers the benefits of city living and the pleasure of suburban and semi-rural life in beautiful and well-kept neighborhoods. A flourishing economy, diverse and friendly business climate and an array of amenities offer visitors, residents, and businesses a high quality of life experience. While still a young city, residents are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead as they shape their future and make Centennial the place to visit, work and play. Visit Centennial and see growth as they make their mark on Colorado.
Centennial encompasses 28.24 square miles or 18,071.24 acres
|Population (Census, 2010)||100,377|
|Male to Female Ration||49.2%/50.8%|
|Median Household Income||$83,110|
|Average Household Income||$100,352|