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City Update on COVID-19 Response

As part of its ongoing response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Arvada has announced that beginning Monday, Dec. 7, City facilities will be closed to in-person services. Access to City facilities will be available by appointment only. This does not include Arvada Police Community Stations. 

Additionally, special event permits are suspended through 2020; the time frame may be extended. Block party permits are also suspended until further notice. Outdoor recreational amenities remain open with public health guidelines in place. This includes golf play; however, Westwoods and Lake Arbor Clubhouses are closed with some dining take-out services available.

These and other City services updates, along with a downloadable quick reference guide for the best way to access City services, is available at arvada.org/services-update.

The City has also recently offered additional information and engagement opportunities as part of the pandemic response:

The pandemic remains a rapidly evolving situation with a marked increase in COVID-19 cases in our community. Residents and visitors to Arvada are urged to take personal responsibility for helping protect themselves, their families and the community. Practice the three Ws: wear a mask, watch your distance and wash your hands. 

Follow the advice of public health agencies: the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (https://covid19.colorado.gov), Jeffco Public Health (https://www.jeffco.us/3999/Coronavirus-Disease-2019-COVID-19) and Tri-County Public Health (https://www.tchd.org/818/Coronavirus-COVID-19), which serves Arvadans who live in Adams County. 

The City has added and updated information regarding its response to COVID-19 on the City’s website, at arvada.org/COVID-19.