Preschool Tuition Investment in Denver’s City Council Districts

The Denver Preschool Program provides preschool tuition support to Denver families with a 4-year old. Unlike most preschool tuition assistance programs, the Denver Preschool Program is for ALL families, regardless of income. Explore the information below to learn about DPP’s investment and impact in each of Denver’s 11 City Council districts.

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Denver City Council Districts

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District 1: Councilwoman Amanda Sandoval

Denver City Council District 1 Map

Neighborhoods in District 1:

  • Berkeley
  • Chaffee Park
  • Highland
  • Jefferson Park
  • Regis
  • Sunnyside
  • West Highland

DPP Investment in District 1 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 8%
DPP Schools Served: 26
DPP Beneficiaries: 486
Total DPP Tuition Support: $1,227,501
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $95,721.79

District 2: Councilman Kevin Flynn

Denver City Council District 2 Map

Neighborhoods in District 2:

  • Bear Valley
  • Bow Mar Heights
  • Fort Logan
  • Glenbrook
  • Grant Ranch 
  • Harvey Park North
  • Harvey Park South
  • Mar Lee
  • Marston
  • Pinehurst

DPP Investment in District 2 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 8%
DPP Schools Served: 16
DPP Beneficiaries: 372
Total DPP Tuition Support: $1,252,200
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $116,671

District 3: Councilwoman Jamie Torres

Denver City Council District 3 Map

Neighborhoods in District 3:

  • Barnum
  • Barnum West
  • LaAlma/Lincoln Park
  • MarLee
  • Sun Valley
  • Villa Park
  • West Colfax
  • Westwood

DPP Investment in District 3 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 17%
DPP Schools Served: 30
DPP Beneficiaries: 625
Total DPP Tuition Support: $2,783,061
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $205,190

District 4: Councilwoman Kendra Black

Denver City Council District 4 Map

Neighborhoods in District 4:

  • Goldsmith
  • Hampden
  • Hampden South
  • Kennedy
  • Southmoor Park
  • University Hills
  • University Park
  • Wellshire

DPP Investment in District 4 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 4%
DPP Schools Served: 15
DPP Beneficiaries: 231
Total DPP Tuition Support: $675,767
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $110,294

District 5: Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer

Denver City Council District 5 Map

Neighborhoods in District 5:

  • East Colfax
  • Hale
  • Hilltop
  • Lowry Field
  • Montclair
  • Washington-Virginia Vale
  • Windsor

DPP Investment in District 5 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 6%
DPP Schools Served: 24
DPP Beneficiaries: 379
Total DPP Tuition Support: $1,026,969
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $163,281

District 6: Councilman Paul Kashmann

Denver City Council District 6 Map

Neighborhoods in District 6:

  • Washington Park
  • University of Denver
  • Virginia Village
  • Cory-Merrill
  • Rosedale
  • University
  • Washington Virginia Vale
  • Windor

DPP Investment in District 6 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 5%
DPP Schools Served: 13
DPP Beneficiaries: 259
Total DPP Tuition Support: $741,384
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $87,825

District 7: Councilman Jolon Clark

Denver City Council District 7 Map

Neighborhoods in District 7:

  • Athmar Park
  • College View
  • Historic Baker
  • Overland Park
  • Platt Park
  • Ruby Hill
  • West Washington Park
  • Valverde

DPP Investment in District 7 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 6%
DPP Schools Served: 17
DPP Beneficiaries: 315
Total DPP Tuition Support: $999,462
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $86,574

District 8: Councilman Christopher Herndon

Denver City Council District 8 Map

Neighborhoods in District 8:

  • Park Hill
  • Stapleton
  • Portions of Montbello
  • Portions of East Colfax

DPP Investment in District 8 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 10%
DPP Schools Served: 31
DPP Beneficiaries: 732
Total DPP Tuition Support: $1,614,105
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $191,115

District 9: Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca

Denver City Council District 9 Map

Neighborhoods in District 9:

  • Auraria
  • Central Business District
  • City Park
  • City Park West
  • Clayton
  • Cole
  • Elyria-Swansea
  • Five Points
  • Globeville
  • Whittier
  • Skyland
  • Union Station

DPP Investment in District 9 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 16%
DPP Schools Served: 29
DPP Beneficiaries: 497
Total DPP Tuition Support: $2,507,265
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $204,168

District 10: Councilman Chris Hinds

Denver City Council District 10 Map

Neighborhoods in District 10:

  • Belcaro
  • Capitol Hill
  • Cheesman Park
  • Cherry Creek
  • Civic Center
  • Congress Park
  • Country Club
  • Golden Triangle
  • North Capitol Hill
  • Speer

DPP Investment in District 10 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 3%
DPP Schools Served: 14
DPP Beneficiaries: 297
Total DPP Tuition Support: $545,698
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $81,203

District 11: Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore

Denver City Council District 11 Map

Neighborhoods in District 11:

  • Denver International Airport
  • Gateway
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Montbello
  • Northeast Park Hill
  • Parkfield
  • Stapleton

DPP Investment in District 11 from 2019-2020

Percentage of DPP’s Tuition: 15%
DPP Schools Served: 19
DPP Beneficiaries: 631
Total DPP Tuition Support: $2,350,951
Total Quality Improvement Grants: $125,110

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