The City of Arvada continues the process of reopening City facilities to in-person services while prioritizing the health and safety of the Arvada community and members of the City team. During the phased re-opening process, the City continues to provide most services remotely, and residents are encouraged to access online or remote services whenever possible.
The next phase of re-opening includes limited in-person outdoor programs at Majestic View Nature Center; park pavilions are now available to rent through an online reservation system; and in-person dining services at West Woods Golf Club are open, with Lake Arbor’s in-person dining services scheduled to begin June 18. Beginning June 19, City Hall will be open to the public for limited in-person services. Residents are encouraged to review City services updates at arvada.org/services-update or call the City of Arvada at 720-898-7000 during business hours to confirm that a service is open and available.
Some City services and amenities remain suspended indefinitely. Passport services are not available until further notice. In-person water bill payments have been discontinued. And the status of the Ralston Central Splash Pad and the Olde Town Water Fountain have not yet been determined.
Previously re-opened City facilities and amenities include the Municipal Court, the Police Department’s community stations, and in-person participation in public meetings. Also open are golf, skateparks, playgrounds, play courts and the Arvada Reservoir. In-person public comment at City Council meetings is now also available, along with physically-distant options. For instructions/options, visit arvada.org/public-comment.
To avoid confusion, this information applies to City of Arvada facilities where official City business is conducted. For local businesses and other organizations, the City recommends following current state and local health orders, including Safer at Home. For information about businesses reopening in Arvada, visit arvada.org/covid-19-doing-business-in-arvada.
These and other actions continue to be part of the City’s ongoing response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). More information about the City’s response to COVID-19 is available at arvada.org/COVID-19. For information on the City’s recovery plan, visit arvada.org/covid-recovery.
- by City Manager