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Financial Transparency Updated
City Hall / Transparency / Financial Transparency

The City of Arvada is committed to financial transparency and the sharing of information.  This page was created in an effort to provide additional financial information of interest to our citizens, our businesses, and other parties. City of Arvada Comprehensive Annual Financial Report...

Community Response Impact Team Updated
City Hall / Departments / Public Safety (Police)

WHO is CRIT? The CRIT consists of five full-service police officers and a sergeant assigned to specific communities of interest to establish problem solving partnerships with residents, apartment managers and business owners.  What does CRIT Do? The mission of the Community...

Reno Park Addition Historic District Design Guidelines Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Zoning

The Reno Park Addition is one of Arvada’s residential historic districts. The Arvada City Council adopted the Design Guidelines for Reno Park to help preserve the character of the area as well as to provide best management practices in historic preservation.  Reno Park Addition Addition...

Olde Town and Reno Park Design Guidelines Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Zoning

              Olde Town and Reno Park Background As the center of Aravda, Olde Town serves as the link to the city's heritage, culture, past, and future. Olde Town contains a wide range of building types and uses ranging...

Community Development Updated
City Hall / Departments / Community Development

Mission The mission of the Community Development Department is to provide land use planning, affordable and quality housing, neighborhood engagement, and property code compliance services to the City and Community of Arvada so they can live and work in a well-planned, safe, and vibrant city for...

Attend or View a City Council Meeting Updated
City Hall / City Council / Meetings and Agendas

Attend in Person Meeting agendas available here. City Council business meetings are generally held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 6 p.m.  Workshops are generally held on the second and fourth Mondays at 6 p.m.  These meetings are open to the...

Passports Updated
City Hall / Government / Passports

The City of Arvada is a Passport Acceptance Facility. We process passport applications, review the required documentation and identification, and forward applications to the U.S. Department of State for issuance. Visit the U.S. Department of State website  travel.state.gov to learn about and...

Communications (Dispatch) Updated
City Hall / Departments / Public Safety (Police)

For all emergencies call 911. For other non-emergency issues, call 720-898-6900 or 303-980-7300. When to Call 911   911 should be utilized any time a citizen has an emergency situation that urgently requires police, fire or medical response.  911 should be called for...

International Accreditation Updated
City Hall / Departments / Public Safety (Police)

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The Arvada Police Department was the first Colorado law enforcement agency to be accredited by the  Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) in 1986. Since then, Arvada has been re-accredited an unprecedented ten times. What is Accreditation? The Commission...

Board of Adjustment Updated
City Hall / Government / Boards, Commissions, and Committees

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The Board of Adjustment is a seven-member board that hears all appeals of the zoning ordinance and requests for variance to the Land Development Code. Generally, they meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. Appointees are paid $75.00 per meeting. Terms are for three years....