The burglary targets have been identified by police analysts as figures showed that crime in the district has soared.
Recorded domestic burglaries have increased by 13.3 per cent over 12 months, according to a report.
The figure mirrors a 13 per cent increase in total recorded crimes in the district for the quarterly period from April to June this year.
They are revealed in a report which will be discussed by Bradford councillors next week.
It shows that there were 841 domestic burglaries between April and June, compared with 742 for the same period last year.
The report, by an officer from Bradford Council’s environment and sport department, warns that last year a third of burglary offences took place between October and December, when the nights become longer.
It says that the Dark Nights 2016 Burglary Dwelling report, prepared by police intelligence unit analysts, had highlighted the most vulnerable geographical areas.
It identified the top ten burglary hotspot areas in the district as: