Are you interested in regional topics such as Transportation and Personal Mobility; Growth and Development; Aging and Disability Resources?
Apply for the Citizens' Academy
Have you ever wondered how big, regional issues get planned across the cities and counties around Arvada? The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) is now accepting applications for its 2019 Citizens' Academy. During this seven-week course you will learn about important regional issues like transportation, economic vitality, housing, civic engagement and more. The academy sessions will be held April 4 through May 16 on Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. The academy is free for participants, and dinner is provided at each session.
The following DRCOG-supported Transportation Improvement Program projects serving Arvada include (among others):
- Ralston Road Reconstruction (Yukon to Upham Street)
- Ridge Road Bike/Ped Project
- W. 57th Ave. Bike/Ped Project
- For more information on DRCOG, visit DRCOG.org
- For more information on the Citizens' Academy and to apply, visit DRCOG.org/citizens-academy
- To read FAQs and answers regarding the academy, visit DRCOG.org/citizens-academy-faq
The Denver Regional Council of Governments is a planning organization where local governments collaborate to establish guidelines, set policy and allocate funding in the areas of Transportation and Personal Mobility, Growth and Development and Aging and Disability Resources.