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proximity to an existing park amenity, there are numerous opportunities to complement the facilities at Lake Arbor Community Park. These opportunities include both passive and active recreation, wildlife
field reservations for the 2022 season may do so using CivicRec, our new field reservation system, which provides the easy-to-use navigation and browsing of an online facility catalog. Visit CivicRec
Colorado’s Front Range. The system also includes sports recreational facilities, the largest of which are the Harold D. Lutz and Stenger Sports Complexes.
Arvada Parks Inventory
provides training assistance to meet employer needs.
Arvada offers unique amenities. Historic Olde Town Arvada, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, provides an eclectic shopping and dining
vertical and horizontal mixed-use multi-story buildings with pedestrian friendly streetscapes, public amenities, and good access to public transportation.
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information on park and trail events and amenities.
Creating new parks and expanding activity and amenities in parks are highly supported.
The public desires system equity and greater connectivity
with live/work space for artists
Arvada’s future will be built upon well‐maintained streets, sidewalks, trails and recreation amenities. Steady future economic growth
pavilion reservation system, which provides the easy-to-use navigation and browsing of an online facility catalog. Visit CivicRec to submit a pavilion reservation.
For an extensive list of FAQs regarding the canals and ditches that wind through Arvada (and all of Metro Denver), visit arvada.org/ditches.
Which parks have amenities, such as basketball, tennis, pickleball, etc
to rate their satisfaction with their quality of life, community amenities and local government. The survey gives residents an opportunity to provide feedback to the City government on what they believe
District and Jeffco Schools have been meeting to discuss its future. Understanding that the facility has a limited life span, these partners have set a goal to replace it with a new 50-meter natatorium
What are Stormwater facilities?
Stormwater facilities are structures that channel, divert, and capture stormwater flows to control flooding of downstream properties and improve the water quality
The Facilities Management Division is a part of the Department of Public Works. Facilities Management provides and maintains a comfortable, safe, clean and pleasant environment, in a cost
Group Homes and Sober Living Facilities serve a protected class of people under the Federal Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. They are allowed in all residential zone
programs, services and facilities for people with disabilities. A public comment period for the ADA Transition Plan will run March 5 to March 26, 2021.
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The Facilities Management Division recently began a project to replace the aging Parks and Fleet Building with a new facility designed and built specifically for the needs
Public improvement projects take many forms. They can be the installation and maintenance of underground infrastructure, the construction or maintenance of a new City facility, road and sidewalk
Leyden Lake is a City of Arvada stormwater detention facility located at Highway 72 and W 82nd Avenue. The City was recently informed that stormwater was being held in the lake longer than permitted
The Future of Meyers Pool
The Better Building Challenge
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