Centennial ,Colorado is a medium sized city that is located in the Denver, Aurora, Littleton Colorado metropolitan area. This city is one that has a number of similarities with other Denver suburbs, such as the aforementioned Aurora and Littleton. Sometimes the zip codes in the Centennial area are confused with those areas.Centennial was incorporated in 2001. It was taken from sections of Arapahoe County. It incorporated the areas that were formerly known as South Glens and Greenwood. This area was partly annexed to keep the tax base from Greenwood. Centennial has a climate that is very similar to that of Denver. It is at an extremely high elevation. Both Denver and Centennial could lay claim to the mile high city status. It is located centrally in Colorado in the Rocky Mountains. Centennial is also home to a number of walking, jogging, and hiking trails. The city is broken down into several neighborhoods. There are many parks and trails located in proximity to the neighborhoods.
Planning a trip to Centennial Colorado visitors should find the Centennial, Co yellow pages useful to find out about the area shopping, tourist areas, etc. The Centennial, Co business directory is also a source of information. This is a way to find out what the area has to offer both residents and potential visitors to the area. It is a vast commercial suburb and it is important for those who want to travel to the area to find out what is offered. Centennial is a city that has quite a bit to show for it. One can enjoy a visit to this bustling city and look at the neighboring attractions, such as those that are offered by the nearby city of Denver with its salute to the culture of the old West. Visitors can enjoy everything from old Western towns to Buffalo Bill's museum and grave. Centennial visitors can get to nearby Denver by using the local public transit system, or they can stay and take advantage of the number of parks and restaurants that Centennial has to offer. Visitors to this unique and originally American suburban city frequently enjoy their trips.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan