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Living in Mesa Gardens Grand Junction

Mesa Gardens is the 3rd most walkable neighborhood in Grand Junction with 793 residents.

Mesa Gardens is somewhat bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: Fairmount, Pheasant Run Estates, Downtown, Orchard Mesa Heights, Paradise Hills, The Ridges and Independence Ranch.

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Walk Score of Mesa Gardens, Grand Junction, CO

Mesa Gardens is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Most errands require a car.

Most errands require a car in Mesa Gardens Grand Junction.

Mesa Gardens is the 3rd most walkable neighborhood in Grand Junction with a Walk Score of 49.

Find apartments in Grand Junction's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, Fairmount and Mesa Gardens.

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Mesa Gardens Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Mesa Gardens to other Grand Junction neighborhoods.

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Population

1 Downtown 73 - 94 1,868
2 Fairmount 54 - 76 1,175
3 Mesa Gardens 49 - 60 793
4 Orchard Mesa Heights 30 - 55 605
5 Pheasant Run Estates 15 - 58 626

Eating & Drinking

There are about 4 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Mesa Gardens.

People in Mesa Gardens can walk to an average of 0.0 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Bike Score of Mesa Gardens, Grand Junction, CO

Mesa Gardens is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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