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Good job to the Arvada Forestry Team! Earlier this week they mulched approximately 2,500 Christmas trees at one of our community drop-off sites. The mulch is available to Arvada residents to use for their landscaping. #Arvada
The emerald ash borer has been confirmed and found in the City of Arvada. City Forester, Ian MacDonald discusses how you can identify the beetle and what you can do to help protect your trees.
The City’s “Taking Lasting Care” (TLC) Program that began in 2012 under the direction from City Council as a way to ensure we are prioritizing taking care of our existing infrastructure. This program is funded through the City's Capital Improvement Plan, which is reviewed and approved by City Council each year. arvada.org/parks-update
Arvada Mayor Marc Williams reflects back on the many trials and accomplishments of 2021.
Early during the pandemic, the City of Arvada worked with the Olde Town Arvada Business Improvement District (BID) to temporarily close streets within Olde Town Arvada as part of its support to the local business community. The closures expanded patio dining and retail space to allow businesses the opportunity to safely serve more patrons. The response was largely favorable, and the City is now moving forward with a semi-permanent model. #Arvada
Infrastructure Communications Manager Rachael Kuroiwa discusses frequently asked questions about water rates with Jason O'Keefe, the Customer Information Manager for Utilities.
Arvada High School is the first in the state to introduce a Sports Business Pathway Program to its students. This unique pathway gives students a chance to explore an industry that works behind the scenes to make sports teams successful.
All Arvada residents can participate in leaf recycling on Nov. 6, 13 & 20. It's included in the minimum services from the City's Waste and Recycling Program. Help keep leaves off streets and out of storm drains. Learn more: https://arvada.org/leaf-recycling
Ralston Road corridor between Upham and Yukon Streets (Phase 1) is complete. This section of Ralston Road made several improvements to create safer vehicle travel, improve pedestrian mobility and safety and installation of new technology on traffic signals for traffic progression. #Arvada
Majestic View Nature Center is a place for all ages to explore nature, discover new things, and learn about our ecosystems. The Nature Center is open year-round.
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