Why you'd want to live in Centennial
Located in the south metro Denver area, the City of Centennial, Colorado, is home to 109,726 residents. As one of the safest cities in Colorado, Centennial has something for everyone, offering open-space, distinctive recreational activities and advanced business opportunities. The award winning Littleton Public Schools and Cherry Creek School District are the top school districts in the state and serve the residents of Centennial. USA Today and Money Magazine recently ranked Centennial among the “Best Places to Live” in America. The City is known as an innovative leader in successfully using both public and private partnerships to provide high quality and cost effective municipal services to our community and businesses. Centennial Airport is the third busiest non-commercial carrier airport in the country. If you happened to leave your Lear jet at home, this is the place to charter a small plane for your private tour of the Rockies. One of Colorado’s newest cities, Centennial was incorporated in February 2001. It boasts over 100,000 residents, making it Colorado’s ninth largest city. Centennial is home to the the Streets at SouthGlenn, which offers a variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants.