Englewood is home to 35,000 people in the heart of the Denver metropolitan region. Minutes from world class art and entertainment venues in downtown Denver, Englewood is home to major medical and manufacturing facilities along with its own foodie, arts and startup communities centered in historic downtown Englewood and the Central Business District.
Englewood is located just south of downtown Denver and is a very popular place for Millennial homebuyers. The combination of modern art, history, and diversity makes it a huge draw to singles and working families alike.
Incorporated in 1903, Englewood has a lot of history to explore!
There are 22.03 miles from Englewood to Denver International Airport (DEN) in northeast direction.
Getting around Englewood is easy as it is bike- and public-transit friendly, a transportation hub with two light rail stops on the Denver regional passenger rail system and exceptional roadway access provided from all directions by US Highway 285 (Hampden Ave.) and US Highway 85 (Santa Fe Blvd.).
The C and D light-rail lines drop passengers at CityCenter Englewood, where you can catch a train downtown or south to Littleton. Cyclists can access 20 miles of bike trails. The City of Englewood and RTD also operate a free shuttle named “Art.”
Englewood has about 25,000 people employed within the city. A diverse mix of
employees with concentrations in health
care, construction, retail trades, arts/
entertainment, advanced industries and
light manufacturing. Major employers in Englewood include Swedish Medical Center, Craig Hospital, Groove Toyota, Wal-Mart, and Ouray Sports.
Businesses enjoy excellent access to both highly qualified employees and a strong customer base.
Students in Englewood are served by the Arapahoe County School District.
Englewood Schools has close to 3,000 students enrolled, from our early childhood education center, our four elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. In 2014, the district began rebuilding its schools to be equipped to offer a state-of-the-art education. Englewood Schools provides excellent programs including one-to-one technology for all students, kindergarten through 12th grade, and a library of thousands of electronic books.
Within Englewood School District No. 1, 100.0% of teachers are licensed, and 79.9% have three or more years of experience. The student-to-teacher ratio is lower than the state average, at 13:1.