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The Clear Creek Corridor Plan is now available for download.
In cooperation with Adams County, Wheat Ridge, Denver, Hyland Hills Recreation District and the Mile High Flood District, the City of Arvada has prepared a master plan for the Clear Creek Corridor...
Greenway Trail Update
June 4, 2016: A dedication ceremony for the 7-mile trail segment from Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge and bearing north-westward took place on National Trails Day, June 4, 2016. The ceremony was led by Gregory A. Miller, President of...
The Parks Department for the City of Arvada is responsible for clearing nearly 140 miles of trails, sidewalks, and parking lots across the city during a snow storm. This map highlights the different areas of the city the parks crews are responsible for, as well as, the priority level of...
The Adopt-A-Trail program utilizes volunteers to assist the Parks Department in keeping Arvada's trail system beautiful.
How Does Adopt a Trail Work?
Through the Adopt-A-Trail program, short sections of trail are adopted by individuals, companies, schools and other groups.