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The Central Business District of Denver, Colorado is a highly walkable downtown area with hotels, shopping, dining, museums, and theatres. There is a mall on 16th Street and a theatre district at Curtis and 14th that attracts foot traffic. Residents of the Central Business District can access necessary shops and services usually within a few blocks of their front doors! 

Dog walkers and other travelers in the downtown area should be aware that weather conditions can vary significantly within 24 hours as temperatures fluctuate due to the altitude of this high plains city. Winter snowstorms and summer thunderstorms can also occur suddenly and with little warning. Be sky aware and check forecasts frequently. The winter season brings sub-freezing temperatures and snow to the area and walkways can be icy, so a warm coat and footwear with good traction are a requirement for dog walkers in the Denver area.

Terrain in Central Business District
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The Central Business District is a highly developed urban area with skyscrapers and multi-story buildings as roads are laid out in a  traditional grid pattern. This district is situated north of the I-70, east of the Cherry Creek, west of Broadway, and south of Lawrence Street. Landmarks like the Colorado Convention Center and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts are also situated prominently in the area. 

Residents of the neighborhood reside in apartment buildings which are mostly high rise structures. There is lots of traffic and noise on area roads, so your dog should be accustomed to the hustle and bustle. Fortunately, there are sidewalks throughout the neighborhood providing safe, separate walkways for pedestrians and pets.  

There is not a lot of landscaping in this urban area, however, several parks can be accessed in the area. The terrain is flat and there are no hills for you and your pet to climb up in the region.

Greenways in Central Business District
9 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Denver have an average of:
7 Greenways
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The west side of Denver's Central Business District is bordered by a creek and the Cherry Creek Trail which runs alongside it. This trail runs for 11.2 miles, so watch out for cyclists and skaters. Dogs are permitted the trail but should be leashed and their owners should be prepared to clean up after them.

Just south of the neighborhood is Civic Center Park to the south. This beautifully manicured greenway has gardens, flower beds, and curved paved walking trails throughout it with seating areas. Sculpture Park is located on the district’s west side and features open space and public artwork along the river.

There are two dog parks located to the east of the Central Business District. The Little Boxcar Dog Park is located to the northeast and an unnamed enclosed dog park is situated at Washington Street and Court Place to the east. These are great opportunities for your pup to play off-leash in this urban center!

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