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The City of Arvada, along with Jefferson County and the City & County of Broomfield, offer Text to 911 service. Most cell phone carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, have made this service available.
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Codes and laws determine Arvada’s government structure, provide guidance on what is lawful within the City’s limits, and regulate how land can be used.
The City’s charter can be found on MuniCode. For background information, please explore City Charter.
The City of Arvada strives to ensure that elections are transparent. The City Clerk wants to make sure you have access to the information you need.
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The City of Arvada has a council-manager form of government. Voters elect the mayor and six City Council members. Elected officials serve 4 year terms. To see the current City Council, or find your representative, please see Members and Districts.
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In Colorado, there are several post-Election Day processes that the counties need to complete, including any Military and Overseas ballots. Results provided below are "Final Unofficial" until those ballots have been included in the process. The final canvas is completed at a...
Register to vote online at GoVoteColorado.com.
October 31 is the last day to register online to receive a mail ballot.
Mail ballots will be sent to all eligible voters beginning October 17.
Voted ballots must be received no later than 7 p.m. on election day.
Issue Committees are formed when two or more people who support or oppose ballot issue or ballot questions wish for their views to be considered by the voting public. The Committees are required to submit specific documentation during the election process.