Denver came in almost dead last in the new rankings from WalletHub of the best run cities in the nation, coming in at 141 out of 148.

The only cities that sucked worse than Denver were Tacoma, Cleveland, Flint, New York, Gulfport, and Oakland.

Surprising no one, San Francisco ranked as the worst city of the nation.

Denver Mayor Johnston was busy wasting taxpayer dollars on a Paris junket and unavailable for comment on how Denver has gotten so screwed up.

The top ten cities were Nampa, Idaho, Lexington, Ky., Boise, Idaho, Nashua, N.H., Oklahoma City, Durham, N.C., Provo Utah, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sioux Falls, S.D. and Wichita, Kansas.

“The best-run cities in America use their budgets most effectively to provide high-quality financial security, education, health, safety and transportation to their residents,” said Cassandra Happe, WalletHub analyst. “Many of the top cities also have a very low amount of outstanding government debt per capita, which can prevent financial troubles in the future.”

Using those metrics, or course Denver ranked at the bottom of the pile.

Here’s the breakdown of Denver’s rankings in detail:

  • 79     Quality of city services
  • 50     Financial stability
  • 104   Education
  • 39     Health
  • 132   Safety
  • 80     Economy

For outstanding, long-term debt, Denver also ranked near the bottom coming in at 147 while San Francisco and Nashville tied for last place.

Congratulations, Denver. It’s everything we’ve come to expect from you.