Latest update: Currently, Jefferson County is experiencing substantial transmission of COVID-19 again, due to the highly contagious Delta variant of the virus. We anticipate additional guidance in the coming weeks and months as kids return to school, we spend more time indoors during colder weather, and our understanding of the pandemic’s path evolves.
In anticipation of future guidance, the City is exploring a variety of options to help stop the spread of the virus and preserve the progress we have made recovering from previous phases of the pandemic. Options include ways to help increase vaccination rates as well as mask wearing and physical distancing protocols. PLEASE NOTE: The City may begin requiring masks to access certain services, such as those involving larger indoor groups or children under the age of 12.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Jefferson County Public Health are recommending wearing a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status, for people living in a community with substantial transmission, including Jefferson County.
The City of Arvada is not a distributor of the vaccine; however, we are supporting residents by guiding them to the authoritative sources for vaccine distribution.
Colorado Department of Public Health (CDPHE)
- CDPHE is the central resource for information about the COVID-19 vaccine from a statewide perspective. Their website is updated regularly with information from CDPHE and the Governor’s Office. Visit Vaccine for Coloradans or call 1-877-268-2926 for vaccine-related questions.
CARES Act Transparency
Learn more about how the City has distributed funding to local businesses and community members provided through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Rent Mortgage Relief Program
The City of Arvada Rent/Mortgage Relief Program is available for Arvada residents financially impacted by COVID-19.
- by City Manager