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The response to the pandemic continues to evolve at a rapid pace. On Jan. 4, 2021, both Jefferson County and Adams County moved on the State’s Dial Framework from Level Red to Level Orange. Learn about what is specific to the county in which you live or work and link to the Level Orange guidelines at

Updates on response and recovery, including public health vaccine resources are available at

The City of Arvada continues to urge residents, businesses and visitors to follow the mandates set out by the state and local public health agencies. 
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Jefferson County Public Health
Tri-County Health Department

City-related Resources

The City of Arvada continues to evaluate and refine its approach to the COVID-19 pandemic by focusing on the safety and well-being of the community. We have put together a suite of pages with information to help our community navigate through the challenges posed by the pandemic. 

City Services Update: In response to increasing COVID-19 rates, the City of Arvada facilities are closed to the public. City services are available remotely. In-person services are available by appointment only. Review City services here or call the City of Arvada at 720-898-7000 during business hours to confirm that a service is open and available.

Doing Business in Arvada: The City of Arvada is committed to supporting businesses through various modifications to existing processes and through various relief programs..

Recovery: A Recovery Team was established early on, and now the City continues to respond to the health and economic challenges associated with COVID-19.

Rent Mortgage Relief Program: The City of Arvada Rent/Mortgage Relief Program is available for Arvada residents financially impacted by COVID-19. 

We Can Do This: The spread of COVID-19 has led to uncertain times. But we have the power to help stop the spread, care for our family and friends, and to stay connected to our community.

Neighboring During COVID-19: Now, more than ever, it’s important to focus on strengthening social ties and a united sense of community while remaining physically distant to work together to slow the spread of COVID-19.

CARES Act Transparency: Learn more about how the City has distributed funding resulting from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

The City's Approach to Recovery

our recovery team

View this short video on how the City of Arvada Recovery Team is charting a new path leading the way to continue to provide excellent customer service to the community.

The community has been addressing COVID-19 for more than six months and is understandably feeling the fatigue due to the disruption to our normal lives. Unfortunately, the conditions of this event continue to change, and as a community, we need to continue to adapt to these changes.  

Our actions now and during the next few weeks and months will determine the level of re-opening (or restrictions) we can expect to see in our community and for our economy.  Most often, transmission is occurring at small and large private and public gatherings. Choose who, how and where you gather selectively. Remember the three Ws: wear a mask, watch your distance and wash your hands.

Following these guidelines is the most effective way to contain the spread of COVID-19. Do your part in taking control of our path ahead.  

Protect Yourself

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) recommends steps to protect yourself from respiratory infection and help control community spread of COVID-19:

  • Wear masks or face coverings whenever you are out of the house: Mask guidance
  • Follow physical distancing guidelines by avoiding groups and standing at least six feet from other people.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.
  • Disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your face including your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Avoid being around anyone with cold- or flu-like symptoms.
  • If you are part of a vulnerable population, stay home except for essential activities.

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