Get To Know The Area
One of Colorado’s newest cities, Centennial was incorporated in February 2001. It boasts over 100,000 residents, making it Colorado’s 10th largest city. Centennial is home to the Streets at SouthGlenn, which offers a variety of shops, boutiques, and restaurants. And suds lovers will love this — this near-Denver locale has its very own quiver of craft breweries including Resolute Brewing Company and Halfpenny Brewing Company.
Situated in Arapahoe County, Centennial got its name from Colorado’s nickname “Centennial State.” The state was admitted to the union in 1876, the 100th year anniversary of the United States Declaration of Independence, hence the name centennial.
What To Do For Fun
Centennial has many hills, gullies, and ravines, and its open spaces are usually accompanied by recreational trails and parks, including Dry Creek Dam, DeKoevend Park, the High line Canal Trail, Willow Creek Trail, as well as Big Dry Creek and Little Dry Creek Trails.
Centennial is a suburb of Denver and is one of the best places to live in Colorado. It offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. There are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Centennial and the public schools are highly rated.
Time to Mountain Fun
It takes 1 hour and 12 minutes to get to the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnels from Downtown Centennial.