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Resilient Neighborhoods

The City of Arvada has extended the closure of its facilities through May 10, following Governor Polis’ recent announcement regarding the upcoming end to the state Stay-at-Home Order. The City team is evaluating current service levels to determine when in-person services will resume as part of a phased approach and in alignment with the state’s “Safer at Home” guidelines. Additionally, outdoor facilities, such as playground equipment, playing courts and skateparks are being evaluated to determine appropriate health and safety measures to allow re-opening. Updates about City services affected by COVID-19 will continue to be provided at More information about the City’s response to COVID-19 is available at

What is a Resilient Neighborhood?

A resilient neighborhood is one that can survive, adapt, and thrive in the face of change. In the event of a disaster it is very likely that your first responders will be your neighbors and other community members who are prepared to act.

Building resilient neighborhoods is an important part of the Neighbors Connected program and the City is here to partner with your neighborhood to help you get started. By participating in Neighbors Connected, you and your neighbors are taking a critical step towards being prepared and being resilient -- getting to know each other and building trust!

Get Involved

A resilient neighborhood begins with you. The City of Arvada offers a number of resilience-building programs and resources to help you and your neighbors get started. Below is a list of potential activities.  **Please note: Some of these activities will need to be adjusted to be done virtually during the Stay-at-Home order.


Community Resilience Coordinator Enessa Janes,