The "A" and "B" labels indicate Family Centers. These areas have the highest concentrations of families as well as the infrastructure (schools and parks) to support the families.
The "C" labels indicate what appears to be Family Centers in the past. However, the families appear to have moved away from these areas. A potential city action is to see if they can find a way to re-attract the families back to these neighborhoods.
The "D" label indicates an area that has the family infrastructure but is potentially on the edge of not having the family densities to support this infrastructure investment.
The "E" label indicates an area that is potentially on the edge of having the family densities to support consideration for additional infrastructure investment. This area could potentially need a school, especially considering that a major road exits between this area and the nearest school.
The "F" label indicates an area that is a strong candidate for consideration for additional infrastructure investment. This area could potentially need a school, especially considering that this area is geographically distant from the nearest school and the area has a high number of families.
Area 1 is the primary Business Center in the city. Area 2 and 3 also have a good concentration of jobs. Area 1 and 2 are close to Family Centers which is desirable in that families could potentially live close to the jobs.
Area 3 is reasonably close to a Family Center. However, there is a major road between these two which makes non-car travel more challenging.
A large number of city residents do work at one of three Business Centers that are located outside of the city limits. These jobs require car access. There is light rail access to the City of Denver Business Center. Unfortunately, there is limited parking at the light rail stations which limits how many commuters can conveniently use the light rail.
The city has two reservoirs, and therefore, has a good water source.
The households near the geographic center of the city and the South West area have a bit of traveling needed to get to the nearest grocery store. However, there is no commercial farm land within the city limits which means that all food must be imported.
Aside from small scale solar installations on individual buildings, all of the power comes from outside of the city.