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Colorado 2004 Property Crime Rate

2004 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Denver5,402
2.Colorado Springs5,432
3.Aurora5,156
4.Lakewood5,366
5.Ft. Collins3,684
6.Thornton4,270
7.Westminster5,018
8.Arvada3,543
9.Pueblo5,510
10.Boulder4,027
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Berthoud776
2.Windsor998
3.Erie1,588
4.Milliken1,856
5.Firestone1,875
6.Johnstown2,139
7.Lafayette2,212
8.Parker2,240
9.Louisville2,270
10.Castle Rock2,348
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Sheridan8,743
2.Englewood7,465
3.Glenwood Springs7,275
4.Aspen7,033
5.Grand Junction7,030
6.La Junta6,179
7.Edgewater6,167
8.Greeley6,136
9.Greenwood Village5,741
10.Durango5,535
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Walsh284
2.Bow Mar364
3.Ignacio442
4.Springfield481
5.Minturn612
6.Eaton704
7.Berthoud776
8.Limon786
9.Palisade896
10.Windsor998
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Dillon11,677
2.Glendale9,692
3.Cripple Creek9,580
4.Sheridan8,743
5.Vail8,315
6.Pagosa Springs8,155
7.Parachute8,060
8.Englewood7,465
9.Glenwood Springs7,275
10.Aspen7,033
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