Neighborhood In Numbers

About these Maps

These maps show selected social and economic characteristics for Denver by census tract. You can see Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea (GES) outlined near the top. This information allows us to have a better understanding of who lives in GES compared to other parts of Denver. 

About Census Data

These data are from the 2016-2020 American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is run by the US Census Bureau and provides more detailed information than the full census that occurs every ten years. This ACS also tried to account for people who did not respond in the 2020 census (due to citizenship questions).

Each unit in this map represents a census tracts. Census tracts mostly follow other natural or man-made boundaries and include about 3,000 to 6,000 people. GES is now made up of three tracts, one for Globevile, and two for the Elyria and Swansea areas. Census tracts are very useful in this study because they have the most detailed information available from the census and allow for comparison between GES and other parts of Denver.


Use the map to explore the data. How does it compare to what you know about your community?

Social and Economic Characteristics in Denver, CO