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Arvada Insights - Olde Town Station Development

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Arvada Urban Renewal Authority has been working hard on the development, Olde Town Station. This project marks the culmination of a successful urban renewal effort that began more than eight years ago. The Olde Town Station project will include new residences, hotel, restaurants, along with several retail stores. Learn more at https://arvadaurbanrenewal.org/projects/9-acre-tod-site/ #arvada

Arvada City Council Meeting - June 13, 2022

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Arvada City Council Meeting - June 13, 2022 The Agenda Packet contains the written agenda and all supporting materials for agenda items prior to the meeting https://tinyurl.com/arvada20220613 Agenda 0:00:00 Call to Order/Roll Call of Councilmembers Workshops 0:00:54 Colorado FAMLI Overview and Recommendation 0:26:07 Code Enforcement Update 2022 1:05:57 Staff Updates Adjournment

Ralston Central Park Splash Pad Maintenance

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The Arvada community loves going to the splash pad during the summer. It takes a certified parks team to operate and maintain the splash pad to ensure it's running properly all summer long for everyone to enjoy.

City Council Meeting - June 6, 2022

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Arvada City Council Meeting - June 6, 2022. 0:00:00 Call to Order Moment of Reflection and Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call of Councilmembers Approval of Minutes May 16, 2022 City Council Meeting Recognitions and Communications 0:01:23 Recognition of Patricia Connell, Planning Commission 0:05:11 Recognition of Dan Cupit, Transportation Committee 0:07:35 Recognition of Tony Cline, AURA Presentations - None 0:12:22 Public Comment New Business 0:16:41 Consent Agenda R22-039 R22-040 Resolutions 0:18:17 R22-041 0:21:11 Ordinances (First Reading) CB22-058 CB22-059 CB22-060 Other Public Hearings 0:23:15 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds 0:27:17 7850 Alkire St Ordinances 0:32:31 CB22-057 SCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE (CB22-054) Public Comment Reports from City Council 0:38:31 Council Committee Reports Reports from City Manager 0:40:43 Review of Future Workshops and Presentations Reports from City Attorney Adjournment

Arvada CERT Training

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Get prepared! The Arvada Community Emergency Response Team (Arvada CERT) is a volunteer emergency response team that was started in partnership with the City of Arvada and the Arvada Fire Protection District. Arvada CERT Members are trained to be ready for disasters and will be better able to help themselves and their neighbors respond and recover from emergencies. CERT Members become part of a specialized team that can help our local first responders on special projects related to emergencies and disasters. #Arvada

Ralston Road Phase 2 - Olde Wadsworth to Carr St, June 2, 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 vehicle 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 - Carr St to Garrison St, June 2, 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 vehicle 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.

72nd Ave Bond Project Segment 2, May 24, 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. 72nd Ave. is an arterial parkway and a major east-west corridor for Arvada’s transportation network, serving 21,000 vehicle 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/Indiana St). This regional corridor not only serves all of Arvada, it provides access to Westminster and Golden/Jefferson County. The Citizens’ Capital Improvement Plan Committee (CCIPC) twice ranked improvements to W. 72nd Ave. as a high priority. The improvements this project is intended to accomplish are: Widen W. 72nd Ave. between Kipling and Simms Streets to match the road east of Kipling, eliminating the bottleneck. Create an underpass at the Union Pacific Railroad crossing near Oak St. to eliminate traffic backups. Add bike lanes and sidewalks for pedestrians. Upgrade signalized intersections with the latest traffic signal equipment and technology. Resolve significant drainage issues along W. 72nd Ave. For more information related to the progress of this Bond Project and other City projects please to go to https://arvada.org/residents/public-improvement-projects/infrastructure-projects.

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