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Arvada Forestry Team - Mulches Christmas Tree - Time lapse

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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

Ralston Road Phase 2 - Carr St. to Garrison St., Jan. 5, 2022

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In the November 6, 2018 election, Arvada residents approved Ballot Issue 3F for a bond issue to fund improvements to Ralston Road and W. 72nd Ave. Ralston Road is an arterial roadway and a major east-west corridor for Arvada’s transportation network, serving 23,000 vehic le trips each day. It provides connectivity to major north-south corridors including three State Highways (SH-95/Sheridan Blvd., SH-121/Wadsworth Blvd., and SH-72/Ward Road) and Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates five bus lines using portions of Ralston Road. The improvements this project is intended to accomplish are: Creation of 8-foot wide pedestrian path (similar to a trail), allowing cyclists access to parks and trails. Widen the existing 9 foot vehicle travel lanes to 11 feet to help decrease sideswipe accidents. Installation of gutter pans to provide an additional 1 feet of space for the accumulation of rain, snow, and debris outside of the travel lanes. Widen the center two-way-left-turn lane to 12 feet to increase driver safety/comfort while stopped between passing vehicles. Reconstruction of aging traffic signals with new technology to improve traffic progression.

Ralston Road Phase 2 - Olde Wadsworth to Carr St., Jan. 5, 2022

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In the November 6, 2018 election, Arvada residents approved Ballot Issue 3F for a bond issue to fund improvements to Ralston Road and W. 72nd Ave. Ralston Road is an arterial roadway and a major east-west corridor for Arvada’s transportation network, serving 23,000 vehic le trips each day. It provides connectivity to major north-south corridors including three State Highways (SH-95/Sheridan Blvd., SH-121/Wadsworth Blvd., and SH-72/Ward Road) and Regional Transportation District (RTD) operates five bus lines using portions of Ralston Road. The improvements this project is intended to accomplish are: Creation of 8-foot wide pedestrian path (similar to a trail), allowing cyclists access to parks and trails. Widen the existing 9 foot vehicle travel lanes to 11 feet to help decrease sideswipe accidents. Installation of gutter pans to provide an additional 1 feet of space for the accumulation of rain, snow, and debris outside of the travel lanes. Widen the center two-way-left-turn lane to 12 feet to increase driver safety/comfort while stopped between passing vehicles. Reconstruction of aging traffic signals with new technology to improve traffic progression.

Arvada City Council Meeting - January 10, 2022

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Arvada City Council Meeting - January 10, 2022 Agenda Packet contains agenda and all supporting materials for agenda items https://tinyurl.com/arvada20220110 Agenda 0:00:00 Call to Order/Roll call 0:00:39 Stormwater and Sewer Master Plan Update 1:13:12 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Update 2:04:28 Staff Update

Emerald Ash Borer

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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.

Taking Lasting Care

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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 City Council Meeting - January 3, 2022

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Arvada City Council Meeting - January 3, 2022 The Agenda Packet contains agenda and all supporting materials for agenda items https://tinyurl.com/arvada20220103 Agenda 00:00:00 Call to Order Moment of Reflection and Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call of Councilmembers Approval of Minutes December 6, 2021 City Council Meeting Recognitions and Communications 00:03:49 Recognition of Bryce Winslow, Eagle Scout Presentations - None 00:07:12 Public Comment New Business 00:07:50 Consent Agenda R22-001 R22-002 R22-003 Resolutions 00:09:28 R22-004 00:30:31 R22-005 Ordinances (First Reading) - None Other Public Hearings 00:36:18 CB21-044 Public Comment - Five Minute Limit 00:44:01 Reports from City Council Council Committee Reports 01:03:56 Reports from City Manager Review of Future Workshops and Presentations Reports from City Attorney Adjournment

Mayor Williams' Letter to the Community

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Arvada Mayor Marc Williams reflects back on the many trials and accomplishments of 2021.

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