IPMC 308.2.2 It shall be unlawful for any person to abandon or leave unattended any container which has an airtight door or lid without first removing such door.Sec. 62-53. Abandoned refrigerato...
Businesses in the Home
All permitted home occupations shall meet all requirements of the City code. View more information regarding allowed businesses in the home. To ask a question or make a request on this topi...
Construction Site Issues
Sec. 90-2. All construction and demolition contractors are to provide on-site refuse containers for debris, etc. Construction sites and demolition sites All construction and demolition contract...
Definition of Family Members
The definition of what constitutes a family is contained in the City’s Land Development Code.
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Door to Door Sales
There is no law that prohibits salesmen from going door to door in the City of Arvada. We do require anyone involved in a retail sales business to register with the sales tax office and pay sale...
A permit is required to build or replace a fence. The fencing requirements are listed in the Land Development Code.
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It is unlawful to permit graffiti to remain on any property.Sec. 18.8. I.P.M.C. - Section 302.9, Defacement of property. Section 302.9, Defacement of property, "All unlawful acts of graffi...
All group living facilities are subject to requirements of the City code.
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All signs require a permit. Signs are not allowed to be displayed on public streets, sidewalks, attached to utility poles or stakes, on traffic devices, or within street medians.
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Junked, Abandoned, Inoperable or Unlicensed Vehicles
To report a violation of this code, contact the Police Department if the vehicle is on public right of way (streets, sidewalks, etc.) at 720-898-6900, or contact Code Enforcement if the vehicle is on ...
In the City of Arvada, all contractors must be licensed to do work within the City. Sec. 18-72. Responsibilities. All licensees shall be responsible for any work requirin...
The complete noise ordinance is rather long and is broken into numerous sections. We recommend you check City Ordinance 38-62 if you want to get all of the specifics. Basically, the time for quiet h...
Obstructions on Streets, Sidewalks, and Crosswalks
Sec. 94-2. It is unlawful to obstruct any public street, sidewalk, or crosswalks. Obstruction of sidewalks and crosswalks.(a) No person shall occupy any crosswalk or any private cross...
Other (Code Enforcement)
Code Enforcement's goal is to preserve and enhance existing commercial and residential areas as quality areas to live and shop, and to provide a quality living environment for the citizens of Arv...
Parking "For Sale" Vehicles
Private Property: It is unlawful for persons to park vehicles on private property belonging to someone else for the principal purpose of selling the vehicle. Public Streets or Sidewalks: It is u...
All off-street parking spaces are required to be improved with asphalt, concrete, or other approved equivalent surface.
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Potholes on Business Properties
It is the responsibility of the proprietor to promptly fill and repair all breaks in the parking lot surface. Sec. 18-413. I.P.M.C. - Section 302.3.1, Parking lots. Sec. 18.8-302.3.1 18.8-302.3....
Recreational Vehicles Parked on Streets
Recreational vehicles are not allowed to be stored on a public street.Sec. 54-174. Parking, storage and use of major recreational equipment. The Model Traffic Code is hereby amended to read as follows...
Semi-Trucks and Large Vehicles
Semi-trucks and large vehicles (to include dump trucks)are not allowed in residential areas except for loading and unloading.Sec. 54-54. Article I, section 513. Parking of major vehicles in resi...
Setbacks for Property Lines
Prior to construction of additions, or structures, all distances from property lines (setbacks) must comply with the City code. View more information regarding building distances from property lines (...
The Smoking Restricted in Public Places Ordinance (Chapter 38, Article 8) regulates smoking in public places and work areas. Smoking is prohibited in all public places including: RestaurantsOutdoor Ea...
Snow and Ice on Sidewalks
It is the responsibility of property owners to remove snow, ice and slush within 24 hours after the snow has stopped falling.
18.8-302.3.3. Snow removal generally. The owner of any premises oth...
Street Corner Sight/Visibility
There is a minimum sight distance provided at all street corners.
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Displays by Artists: All vendors are required to obtain a temporary use permit. Artist displays are allowed only in Olde Town (B-3 zoning district).Food Carts: All food cart vendors ...
Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs
All swimming pools and hot tubs (containing water more than 24 inches in depth) require a permit, and shall be enclosed with a minimum wall, structure, or fence with a self-closing, self-latching gate...
Trash and Rubbish or Garbage
It is unlawful to accumulate and store rubbish, garbage and debris on property. Sec. 18.8-308.4. I.P.M.C. - Section 308.4, Removal of rubbish or garbage.18.8-308.4. Removal of rubbish or g...
Use of Property
Property uses are determined by the zoning districts designated for the site.
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All vegetation, including grass/brush or weeds, may not exceed 12 inches in height. 18.8-302.4. Weeds. All premises and exterior property shall be maintained free from weeds or dead plant growth...