Here Are The 7 Safest And Most Peaceful Places To Live In Denver

Despite the recent – and certainly unfortunate – incidents that have occurred at the 16th Street Mall, Denver is a fairly safe city, especially in comparison to other metro areas of similar size. Most Mile High crimes tend to be non-violent and consist of break-ins and petty theft (Boo!). That being said, based on crime data taken from the police department, these neighborhoods have the lowest crime density per square mile and are, therefore, some of the safest places to live in Denver.

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Want to know where the most affordable housing in the Mile High City is? Check out our list of the 10 Cheapest Places To Live In Denver!