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Passports Updated
City Hall / Government / Passports

The City of Arvada is a Passport Acceptance Facility. We process passport applications, review the required documentation and identification, and forward applications to the U.S. Department of State for issuance. Visit the U.S. Department of State website  travel.state.gov to learn about and...

Attend or View a City Council Meeting Updated
City Hall / City Council / Meetings and Agendas

Attend in Person Meeting agendas available here. City Council business meetings are generally held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 6 p.m.  Workshops are generally held on the second and fourth Mondays at 6 p.m.  These meetings are open to the...

2018 Election - Arvada Issue Committee Information Updated
City Hall / Elections

Issue Committees are formed when two or more people who support or oppose ballot issue or ballot questions wish for their views to be considered by the voting public. The Committees are required to submit specific documentation during the election process.  Reporting Requirements...

Arvada Liquor Licensing Authority Updated
City Hall / Government / Boards, Commissions, and Committees

Arvada's Liquor Licensing Authority considers new applications for liquor licenses, oversees renewals and other administrative tasks, and conducts hearings on alleged violations of the liquor code.  The Authority meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the...

Capital Improvement Plan Updated
City Hall / Transparency / Budget

The City of Arvada Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) represents two years of a new comprehensive CIP plan that encompasses a long-term and strategic approach for the City's capital maintenance and capital investments for the next decade, and is updated in its entirety with each two-year...

Arvada Operating and Capital Budget Updated
City Hall / Transparency / Budget

The Arvada City Council will adopt the 2019-2020 Biennial Operating and Capital Budget in October of 2018.  The proposed budget for all funds budgeted for 2019 is $235,262,545 and for 2020 is $235,340,474. 2019-2020 Proposed Biennial Operating and Capital Budget City of...

Election and Voting FAQs Updated
City Hall / Elections

How do I find my voter registration status or register to vote?  It's easy!  Visit GoVoteColorado.com to register, check your registration, and much more. Where can I vote? Your ballot will be sent by mail. You can vote by returning your ballot, with a stamp, in the mail...

2016 Election - Arvada Issue Committee Information Updated
City Hall / Elections

Issue Committees are formed when two or more people who support or oppose ballot issue or ballot questions wish for their views to be considered by the voting public. The Committees are required to submit specific documentation during the election process. Reporting Requirements Committee...

Water Quality  Updated
City Hall / Departments / Utilities

Drinking Water Quality conducts comprehensive monitoring programs for compliance with the State of Colorado and the United States Environmental Protection Agency's rules and regulations. The division implements the City's Drinking Water and Cross Connection Control programs. The City of...

2019 Candidates and Election Forms Updated
City Hall / Elections / Election Information

2019 Election Information The next regular municipal election will be held November 5, 2019. For Jefferson County elections information, visit  VoteJeffco.com. For a list of all ballot drop boxes in Jefferson County, download the  Ballot Drop‐off and Voter Service Center Locations...