Greenwood Village At a Glance
Located to the South of Denver, Greenwood Village has long been a desired suburb for professionals commuting to Denver for career opportunity. Greenwood Village is an established suburb that offers plenty of green spaces, such as beautiful city parks, and is located closely to amenities such as shopping, dining, recreation, and work. While current census data shows a population in the 13,000s, it was only fifty years ago that the population here was around 500 residents. Farms, dairies, and gravel roads where the characteristics of Greenwood Village, and as Denver grew, so did the outlying suburbs.
Greenwood Village was incorporated as a town on September 8, 1950. At that time, the population of Greenwood Village was only 138 people, all of which came out to vote. Currently, there are many programs located throughout the town that offer youth activities, senior activities, wildlife preservation, religious organizations and more.
If you are thinking of moving your business to Greenwood Village, there are plenty of business opportunities, as well as organizations, such as the Chamber of Commerce and the city council that supervises permits and construction. Bring your family and your business to Greenwood Village and come see why we are one of the fastest growing suburban communities in Colorado.