Boulder Neighborhoods Map

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All Boulder neighborhoods

The city of Boulder, CO has a population of 105,420 and a population density of 4,012 people per square mile. There are a total of 9 Boulder, CO neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Palo Park and the largest neighhorhood by population is Central Boulder. The Boulder, CO neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

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The residents of Boulder, Colorado lead an elegant lifestyle nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The city is full of elegant homes and an astounding variety of exciting things to see and do. Boulder is home to the main campus of the University of Colorado. It has a state of the art public transportation system, with a large number of convenient stops located throughout the city. There is also a municipal airport located in the northern boundaries of the city. Denver is a short drive, 25 miles, southeast of Boulder. There are many popular neighborhoods strategically placed within the city limits of Boulder. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include; North Boulder, South Boulder, and Central Boulder. These neighborhoods are popular among a variety of households including families and young professionals.

North Boulder

The North Boulder neighborhood is located just under two and a half miles from the downtown epicenter. It is home to a variety of higher end single family residences. There are a variety of many exciting things to see and do within the neighborhood. Shopping and various types of entertainment destinations are among the top list of things to do in North Boulder. Some of the most popular places to go are Diameter, Velocity Enterprises, and The Amazing Garage Sale. There is also a large variety of dining options to choose from within the neighborhood including; Bookcliff Vineyard Tasting Room, Pronto's Pizza, and La Choza.

South Boulder

South Boulder is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. There are a ton of parks and hiking trails located within the proximity of the beautiful homes of South Boulder. Harlow Platts Community Park Playground, Bear Canyon Trail, Table Mesa Trail, and Bill Bower Park are among the top destinations on beautiful summer days in South Boulder. Families can also take advantage of a variety of educational options for their family's needs. Bixby School, Summit Middle School,and Mt. Hope Lutheran Church and Preschool are all located within the boundaries of the South Boulder neighborhood. The Stir It Up Cooking School is also located in South Boulder and a great option for anyone looking to increase their cooking skills. South Boulder is located a little over three miles from the downtown area of Boulder, Colorado.

Central Boulder

Central Boulder boosts lower crime rates, higher home values, and a ton of variety of amenities for residents and visitors alike. Central Boulder is a great place for young professionals and growing families. Libraries, parks, and a huge variety of entertainment options are all located in Central Boulder. Popular restaurants in the area include; South Side Walnut Cafe, King Sooperss, and Boulder Tamales LLC. There are a large variety of unique shops to visit too. Twig Wizardry LLC., Maggie Evans Designs, Tuesday Morning, and Do It Best are among the top list for shopping destinations. Central Boulder is also home to a large variety of fitness centers also. Siddha Yoga Meditation Center, Grant Place Pilates, Beat Cyclem and The Student Recreation Center are only a few of the options available. Central Boulder also has a variety of entertainment destinations. Boulder Outdoor Cinema, 15th Street Gallery, CU Heritage Center, and The Connection Bowling, Billiards, and Games are all very popular.