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Founded November 1, 1861
Named for The Arapaho Nation
Largest city Aurora
Arapahoe County originally stretched from the line of present-day Sheridan Boulevard 160 miles east to the Kansas
state border, and from the line of present-day County Line Road, 30 miles north to the Parallel 40° North (168th
Avenue). Denver City served as the county seat of Arapahoe County until 1902. In 1902, the county was split into
Adams county and the city/county of Denver, with the rest remaining as part of Arapahoe county. So you'll want
to check our Denver county
website for data as well.
Arapahoe County calls itself "Colorado's First County" since it predates the Pike's Peak Gold Rush.
Cities, Towns and Other Communities
* Aurora * Bennett * Bow Mar * Centennial * Cherry Hills Village * Columbine Valley
* Deer Trail * Englewood * Foxfield * Glendale * Greenwood Village * Littleton * Sheridan
* Byers * Castlewood (now part of Centennial) * Columbine
* Southglenn (now part of Centennial) * Strasburg * Watkins
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