Flags of Denver
Every great neighborhood deserves a great flag
 This west side neighborhood is named for P.T. Barnum who owned the 760 acres which make up much of neighborhood. While violating some of the flag design rules, an exception can be made in this unique circumstance in order to honor the history of the neighborhood's original booster. Barnum was divided into two statistical neighborhoods in 1970 to create neighborhoods of roughly the same population at the time.

Barnum West

This west side neighborhood is named for P.T. Barnum who owned the 760 acres which make up much of neighborhood. While violating some of the flag design rules, an exception can be made in this unique circumstance in order to honor the history of the neighborhood's original booster.  Barnum was divided into two statistical neighborhoods in 1970 to create neighborhoods of roughly the same population at the time.


 This west side neighborhood is named for P.T. Barnum who owned the 760 acres which make up much of neighborhood. While violating some of the flag design rules, an exception can be made in this unique circumstance in order to honor the history of the neighborhood's original booster. Barnum was divided into two statistical neighborhoods in 1970 to create neighborhoods of roughly the same population at the time.

This west side neighborhood is named for P.T. Barnum who owned the 760 acres which make up much of neighborhood. While violating some of the flag design rules, an exception can be made in this unique circumstance in order to honor the history of the neighborhood's original booster. Barnum was divided into two statistical neighborhoods in 1970 to create neighborhoods of roughly the same population at the time.