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Arvada, Fairmount, Coal Creek Canyon, and Southwest Adams County Fire Districts are the 4 Fire Districts that serve Arvada and surrounding areas. These Districts are separate from the City of Arvada but provide Fire and EMS services to our area.
Fire Stations are placed throughout Arvada and are operated by the Fire Districts. There are 8 fire stations and 1 training center operated by the Arvada Fire Department, along with 1 fire station operated by the Coal Creek Canyon Fire Protection District within the city.
The locations of the Arvada Library in Olde Town Arvada and the Stanley Lake Library off of Kipling. Both of these libraries are part of the Jefferson County Library system.
There are 4 Parks and Ride Locations in and around Arvada. These are operated by RTD and provide access to regional public transportation options.
The Union Pacific Railroad and the Burlington Northern - Santa Fe Railroad both have tracks that go through Arvada as part of their rail network.
There are 23 Elementary schools, 5 Middle schools, 4 High schools, and 1 College in and around Arvada. There are also various Charter, Parochial, and Technical schools in the area that are shown in this layer.
Arvada and the surrounding area has roughly 230 miles of trails and bike lanes in our trail network. This layer shows the location of the bike, pedestrian, and equestrian trails and bike lanes in the network.
Street centerline data shows where public right of way exists in the city and the surrounding areas. Centerline data contains street name and address range data for use in geocoding operations.
Zoning Districts are created by dividing areas of land use and structures into certain categories. Zoning districts can also include restrictions such as, height, building density, and types of businesses. Generally zoning districts are divided into residential, commercial, agricultural, and industrial categories.
A parcel is any division of land held under one ownership, regardless of size. County Assessor's offices maintain these land records according to the legally-defined ownership boundaries and assigns each parcel a unique parcel identification number, or PIN, for recording purposes. The PIN becomes the universal method of referencing that particular property for the purposes of taxation, zoning, mortgages, liens, etc.