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2017 Election Results Updated
City Hall / Elections

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City of Arvada election results from the November 7, 2017 election are posted once the voting polls are closed and results become available. Results are considered "Final Unofficial." In Colorado, there are several post-Election Day processes that the counties need to complete, including...

Meetings and Agendas Updated
City Hall / City Council / Meetings and Agendas

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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 public but the opportunity for public comment is only available at...

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...

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...

Dot Miller, Councilmember At-Large Updated
City Hall / City Council / Members and Districts

Dot Miller has been a fixture in the Colorado business community for over a decade, and in that time she has demonstrated unparalleled passion and commitment for her work and her community.  Most recently, at the helm of The Solution, the Association Management Company that she founded in...

Types of City Council Actions Updated
City Hall / City Council / Meetings and Agendas

Legislative, Administrative, and Quasi-Judicial Actions Actions to carry out the necessary functions of the City may take a variety of forms - from passing a new leash law, or issuing a permit or license, to considering a property owner’s development proposal.  Depending on the nature...

Get Involved Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Advance Arvada (Land Development Code Update)

Looking for information on the Land Development Code (LDC) update called Advance Arvada? Check out the Project Purpose, FAQs and Documents pages. Community input is important for the Advance Arvada. We will be hosting public meetings throughout the process and encourage you to attend and offer your...

Documents Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Advance Arvada (Land Development Code Update)

As described on the Project Purpose page, there are a number of important documents that affect this project and are useful to review. Look over the 2014 Arvada Comprehensive Plan, particularly the Future Land Use Map that identifies preferred land uses for areas in Arvada as well as for lands...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Advance Arvada (Land Development Code Update)

What is zoning? Zoning regulates whether land can be used for residential, commercial or industrial purposes, what land uses can occur, where a building can be located on a lot, and how large that building can be. It also regulates other elements of site development, such as lot size, parking,...

Project Purpose Updated
City Hall / Codes and Law / Advance Arvada (Land Development Code Update)

In the summer of 2017, the City began the process to update the Land Development Code (LDC). The current version of the LDC was enacted in 2008 and although there have been many updates to the LDC, there are improvements that can be made. While other plans, studies, and policy documents will be...