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City Offices Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday Updated
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City of Arvada offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24, for the Thanksgiving holiday. We wish you a safe and happy...

2017 Arvada Holiday Events Updated
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Santa House Daily in November/December Apex Facilities and Friendly Square Shopping Center at 64th & Simms Not a holiday event, but  an opportunity to give back this holiday season. Bring unwrapped NEW toys, for infants through age 12, to any of the Apex PRD facilities during...

Employment Opportunities Updated
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Current Opportunities We establish and maintain an effective work force to meet the needs of the citizens of Arvada. Our employees are dedicated to delivering superior services to enhance the lives of everyone in our community. If you want to belong to an organization whose actions reflect their...

Arvada PD Shred-A-Thon Updated
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The 2018 Shred-a-Thon is scheduled for Saturday, October 13.  Please note: This year's Shred-a-Thon is being held at  Arvada High School. 2018 Shred-a-Thon Saturday, October 13; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Arvada High School 7951 W. 65th Ave, Arvada The Shred-a-Thon is held...

Don Allard Honored for Decades of Public Service Updated
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It was the end of an era at the November 13, 2017 Arvada City Council meeting when longtime City Councilmember Don Allard formally retired from decades of public service. His contributions to both public administration and elected office include: 1956 – 1960:  Assistant City...

2017 Human Services Block Grant Allocations Updated
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Since its establishment in 1998, the Arvada Human Services Advisory Committee--composed of community members appointed by the Arvada City Council—has awarded grant funding to area non-profits providing services to populations in need. The source of this funding is from the City’s...

Mayor's Monarch Pledge Goals Surpassed Updated
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Arvada, CO – The City’s Majestic View Nature Center (MVNC) helped Arvada become one of only three Colorado cities (Arvada, Denver, and Lafayette) in 2017 to participate in the tri-national Mayor’s Monarch Pledge. The Mayor’s Monarch Pledge is an initiative of the National...

Skyline Park Parking Lot Closed During Construction Project Updated
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Beginning Monday, October 23, the parking lot for Skyline Park will be closed through March of 2018 due to a construction project in the area, which will include significant improvements to the parking lot itself. Please note: Most street parking in that area is "by permit only"...

Club Crest Pedestrian Bridges Update Updated
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Because there are many trail users and many Warder Elementary students who use the Farmers High Line Canal bridge, our Engineering staff has created a map depicting alternative routes. Please view or download the map below. Overview There are five pedestrian bridges located in the greater Club...

Arvada Deputy City Clerk Named President of CMCA Updated
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Arvada, CO – On October 3, Arvada Deputy City Clerk Bruce Roome was sworn in as the President of the Colorado Municipal Clerk's Association (CMCA) at their Fall Conference. Roome has many years of experience in local government and served as Deputy City Clerk in Wheat Ridge before...