District One (NW) is located in the northwest quadrant of Denver. The boundaries are Sixth Avenue north to the city limits and I-25 west to the city limits. It is home to one of the most diverse communities in the city.
District Two (NE) is in northeast Denver. Our station is located at 3921 Holly Street. The district’s geographical boundaries are I-25 on the west, 54th Avenue on the north, Colfax Avenue on the south and Yosemite Street on the east.
District Three (SE) is the southeast quadrant of Denver. The approximate boundaries are Colfax Ave. on the north, Yosemite/Havana St. on the east, Belleview Ave. on the south, and Downing St. on the west. These boundaries vary due to the proximity of surrounding cities and Arapahoe County. The station is located at 1625 S. University Blvd, Denver, CO 80210, just north of the interchange of I-25 and University Blvd.
District Four (SW) is in southwest Denver, located at 2100 South Clay Street, Denver, Colorado 80219. Its geographical boundaries are West 6th Avenue on the north, south to the city limits and Downing Street on the east, west to the city limits.
District Five (Way NE) is responsible for public safety in the Montbello,Parkfield, Gateway, and Green Valley Ranch neighborhoods. The geographical boundaries of the District expanded when Denver International Airport was opened and Stapleton Airport was decommissioned. The general boundaries are 56th Avenue to the north, 38th Avenue to the South, Quebec St on the west and Piccadilly Road on the east. The actual boundaries are somewhat uneven, extending to 72nd Avenue near DIA on the north. The District Five Station is located at 4685 Peoria Street
District Six (Central, Downtown) is responsible for public safety in the central part of the city, hence our motto, “Serving the Heart of the City”. The approximate boundaries are the Platte River to the north and west, 6th Avenue on the south; and Downing and York Streets on the east. This encompasses the neighborhoods of Auraria, Capitol Hill, Downtown Business District, Cheesman Park, City Park West, Civic Center, Five Points, Lincoln Park, North Capitol Hill, and Union Station. This also includes LoDo (lower downtown), Coors Field and the Platte Valley, which includes Six Flags Elitch Gardens and the new Pepsi Center. This is a vibrant and exciting area of the city, which is host to special events on a daily basis.
Here is a Denver precinct map showing district station boundaries as well as precinct unit boundaries. Will also allow you to enter in a address and will tell you which district and precinct that address is in.