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The Arvada Parks team works hard during snow storms. Their priority is to clear snow from the parks and trails so kids can safely walk to school. Also, the community can enjoy the park's 150 miles of trails year-round.
Arvada currently has a shortage of workers, housing, and daycare. Mayor Williams speaks with the President of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, Kami Welch about the BOLD Initiative, which can help businesses overcome these issues.
New at the Majestic View Nature Center is an interactive beaver dam exhibit. This exhibit allows visitors to experience what it’s like inside a beaver dam and learn what adaptations allow beavers to make such impressive structures.
Making the roads safe during snow storms is a priority for the City of Arvada. Each snowstorm is analyzed on weather conditions, how wet/heavy the snow is and temperatures before treating the roads with de-icing material.
The Arvada Police Department is seeking Lateral Officers, meaning officers who are presently served with another department or have previous law enforcement experience. Hear from Arvada police officers who are Lateral Hires and the benefits the Arvada Police Department offers for joining the team. For more information visit arvadabuiltblue.org or call 720-898-6603.
The Arvada Police Department is seeking Lateral Officers, meaning officers who are presently served with another department or have previous law enforcement experience. For more information visit arvadabuiltblue.org or call 720-898-6603.
Arvada Mayor Williams introduces Arvada's new Chief of Police, Ed Brady. They talk about the new chief's career, the importance of being an accredited organization, and dealing with the loss of 2 officers in a short period of time. They also introduce the Arvada Police Department's new incident command van.
The Arvada Arts and Culture Commission selected local artist Marco Antonio Garcia to complete a new mural on a concrete retaining wall adjacent to the US Post Office (5885 Allison St., Arvada, CO). This mural project was proposed by an Arvada resident and is funded by the Arvada Arts and Culture Commission, a resident-led commission whose mission is to support, cultivate, and advocate for a variety of arts, culture, and heritage opportunities throughout our community.
The animal management department works throughout Arvada's City limits, taking care of wild animals who may be injured, responding to pets on the loose and answering calls to sick and dead animals. These officers are civilians, however they are sworn within the Arvada Police Department which allows them to enforce city code and write tickets when necessary.
After serving the Arvada Police Department (APD) for 35 years, Chief Link Strate retired at the end of 2022. Arvada Mayor Marc Williams, speaks with Link and highlights his career.
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