Englewood, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population and steepletops of Englewood City are listed in Table 1. The chart shows the percent of people who are white and who are non-white. The population of the city is roughly equal to the number of people who live in New Jersey. The city was established in 1841. Early settlers came to the township from Randolph Township around 1800. They included Daniel Hoover, David Mast, and Jacob Smith. The town's early residents focused on agriculture.

The population of Englewood City grew significantly from the early twentieth century. In 1920, the population of Englewood City was 57,219, with African Americans making up around one-fifth of the population. By the 1930s, blacks made up 11 percent of the population, and by 1970, they made up 92 percent. This increase in population was spurred by the Great Migration, which shifted African Americans from the South to Chicago. The population of Englewood City peaked at 97,000 people in the 1960s. However, with the construction of the Dan Ryan Expressway, many businesses and housing units became vacant, and the number of people living in Englewood City decreased to about half of that level.

Aside from the public schools, Englewood has a number of private institutions. The Saint Louis School is a large Catholic institution for grades K-12. Another private school is the All Souls School, which serves grades K-8. The Denver Seminary used to be located in the city, but has since been turned into apartments. In addition to private schools, there is the Humanex Academy, a middle and high school for people with learning disabilities and emotional and behavioral disorders. In addition, TTEC is headquartered in Englewood.