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Education

There are 157 public elementary, middle and high schools in Denver. The city also has 220 private schools. 22 high schools in this city are recognized on the U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools rankings. There are also nine colleges/universities in Denver, three of which were included on the U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings. According to school district officials, 51% of Denver high school graduates enrolled in a two- or four-year college right away. 45.7% of Denver individuals aged 25 and up have earned a bachelor’s degree. 20% of these graduates studied Business, 11% studied Social Sciences and 7% studied Biological, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.


Auto Recycling Denver

Selling your car to Auto Recycling Denver does not only benefit you. When you entrust your junk car to us, you also make a contribution to the environment. Proper salvage of vehicles can help lower water pollution by 76% and air pollution by 86%. Also, lead in old car batteries can be used to make new ones. Tires from junk cars can also be recycled into running tracks, soft playgrounds or mulch. Some parts are also discovered to be in working condition, thus can be used by other vehicle owners in need of specific parts for their cars. The possibilities are endless. Help save the environment by selling your junk car today.


Denver's Most Stolen Vehicles: Older Hondas, Ford & Chevy Pickups

DENVER, CO – What are metro-Denver's most-stolen cars? It turns out, car thieves in Denver don't go for the shiny new models. Older vehicles built between 1995-2010 those most-often stolen in Denver. That could be because anti-theft devices are now standard in newer cars. Denver police have noted an almost 10 percent increase in reported car thefts so far in 2018 with 2,518 incidents reported compared to 2,296 reports in 2017, they said in a statement Thursday. A pilot program will install electronic immobilization devices in select cars in Denver that are among the most-targeted for auto theft. Already 80 of the "hottest" cars in southwest Denver have been fitted with the device, which is an electronic key fob used along with a traditional car key. Read more here
Denver Police has reported that the most stolen types of vehicles in the area are older cars built between 1995-2010. According to the police, this is because anti-theft devices are now a standard in newer cars. Statistics also show that there has been a 10% increase in reported car thefts in 2018 with 2,518 incidents compared to 2,296 incidents in 2017. In line with this, the police have initiated a program to install electronic immobilization devices in select Denver vehicles that are among the most targeted for auto theft. There are already 80 vehicles in southwest Denver that have been fitted with the device. 40 devices are still available (until supplies last). You may contact District Four Community Resource Officer Rueban Garduņo at rueban.garduno@denvergov.org or (720) 913-0276 if your car is among the top cars stolen list and would like to receive a free device.


Elitch Gardens in Denver, CO

A theme park, water park, theater and botanic garden rolled into one – that is what Elitch Gardens is all about. This place has been one of the most popular entertainment destinations in Colorado for more than a century now. It all started in 1890, where a couple decided to transform their farm into a cool green oasis and zoological park. In 1917, after a new owner takes over, the place eventually had a ballroom. The place was then added a carousel and Ferris wheel until eventually a portion of the park was created to be an amusement park in 1954. It underwent a lot of changes through the course of time. Today, it's now known to give groups of friends and families an overall entertaining treat.




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Driving Direction
Start out going northeast on Walnut St toward 28th St.

Then 0.07 miles
Turn right onto 28th St.

If you reach 29th St you've gone a little too far

Then 0.07 miles
Turn right onto Larimer St/CO-33.

If you reach Lawrence St you've gone a little too far

Then 0.46 miles
Turn right onto Park Ave.

Park Ave is just past 24th St
If you reach 22nd St you've gone a little too far

Then 0.88 miles
Merge onto I-70 W toward Grand Jct.

Then 1.80 miles
Take the Pecos Street exit, EXIT 273.

Then 0.23 miles
Keep left to take the Pecos St N/Pecos St S/48th Ave E ramp.

Then 0.08 miles
Enter next roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Pecos St.

Then 1.02 miles
Turn left onto W 56th Ave.

If you reach Cargill Dr you've gone about 0.2 miles too far

Then 0.26 miles
Turn left onto Tejon St.

Tejon St is just past Shoshone St

If you reach Vallejo St you've gone about 0.1 miles too far

Then 0.12 miles

Auto Recycling Denver, 5501 TEJON ST is on the right.


Auto Recycling Denver
5501 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80221