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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

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 (, Jeffco Public Health ( and Tri-County Public Health (, 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