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Online interactive map using ESRI IMS technology to provide over 30 GIS layers to citizens and staff. This application is being phased out and replaced by other online applications that provide a more user friendly interface. However, this application still proves useful for some users.
The City of Arvada currently has various Urban Renewal Areas where redevelopment projects occur.
Source U.S. Census Bureau: State and County QuickFacts. Data derived from Population Estimates, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates, County Business Patterns, 2002 Economic Census, Minority- and Women-Owned Business, Building Permits, Consolidated Federal Funds Report, and the Census of Governments.
Arvada City Map available in Black and White and Color versions. These pdf maps are large format documents and measure 36" x 64" , you will need a large format plotter/printer or resize them to fit to your printers capabilities. Some text could be illegible if scaled to a smaller size.
Locate your Council District. The City of Arvada is divided into four Council Districts. Residents of each district elect a council member who lives within the District and represents the concerns of that District. The Mayor and two other councilmembers are elected "at large" meaning that they represent residents of the entire City of Arvada rather than a specific area or District.
The jurisdictional boundary for the City of Arvada.
Map showing locations of proposed and approved development projects. The lists and map show what phase of the approval process each project is in along with various other key information about each project.
The City of Arvada's Traffic and Transportation Division conducts regular traffic counts on major roads in the city. Most locations are recounted on a bi-annual basis. The traffic count map contains recent counts. Arterial roads are indicated as bold line in the map, and the year the count was taken is in parenthesis. All traffic volumes are bi-directional 24 hour counts.
The Arvada Citizen Survey functions as a consumer report card for Arvada by providing residents the opportunity to rate their satisfaction with the quality of life in the City, the community's amenities, and satisfaction with local government. The survey also gives residents an opportunity to provide feedback to government on what is working well and what is not, and their priorities for community planning and resource allocation.