John Marston raised cattle and farmed the gently rolling hills of this southwestern Denver neighborhood long before the area was subdivided and developed in the 1960s. Marston Lake, which makes up much of the area is named after the early farmer. Today the neighborhood is primarily single family homes and suburban commercial strips. The blue represents the bodies of water in the neighborhood while the green represents the area's agricultural past.
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT-
This neighborhood is the main financial, commercial, and entertainment district in the City, while also serving as a cultural hub focused around the Performing Arts Center. More residential buildings have been built recently, creating a true 24-hour neighborhood. The flag symbolizes the paver pattern and colors of the 16th Street Mall, designed by famed architect I.M. Pei which was inspired by the Navajo rug and a diamondback rattlesnake.