Denver is characterized by 79 neighborhoods. The US Census Bureau’s census tracts generally follow the lines of these historic neighborhoods. By comparing the two maps below, you can determine the relevant census tracts for neighborhoods you are interested in.
Although the official source for census tract statistics is the American Factfinder on the Census Bureau Web site, at the present time it is much easier to derive the data using a commercial tool, Social Explorer (also available on the Penrose database list). The best place to go for current statistics is the American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates. For assistance with American Factfinder or Social Explorer, please contact our government documents librarian, Chris Brown (email@example.com).
ACS Map of Denver Neighborhoods viewed in Social Explorer.
In addition to Census statistics, the Piton Foundation (http://www.piton.org/) provides helpful statistics and analysis of Denver neighborhoods.