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What to Do With a Dead Animal
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Never handle a dead animal without protective gear, like gloves or an inverted trash bag. Dead Animals on Road Dead animals on the roadway can be a hazard. If you see a dead animal please

Animal Management Unit
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Arvada is not monitored 24/7. To report urgent animal concerns, please call 720-898-6900. Report Animal Cruelty or Neglect Report Barking Dogs Report a Dead Animal on Roadway or in Yard

Basic Pet Safety 
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Basic Pet Safety Provide proper shelter: Pets need adequate ventilation to supply fresh air for the health and comfort of the animal to minimize odors, drafts and condensation. All animals

Signs, Signals, and Street Safety
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by the City. When street signs and markings are installed: Roadway features and operational safety are evaluated Location, frequency, and type of street signs or markings are determined by traffic

Trees (Urban Forestry)
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Protect rivers and streams Provide homes for birds and other animals Add beauty and enrich our lives What the City Forestry Team Does What do we do? We care for trees! Prune trees

Street Projects
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St./Dead End Complete Rensselaer Dr. W 64th Ave. Independence St. W 52nd Ave. Wadsworth Bypass Marshall St

Animal Breeds and Care
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The City has laws that govern the keeping and care of animals. To explore all of Arvada's animal laws, please browse Chapter 14 of the City Code. The summary information provided below

Animal Rules and Regulations
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Owning an animal is a privilege and a big responsibility. The purpose of animal control laws are to protect the public health and safety and to protect animals from cruel treatment, neglect

Reporting Lost and Found Pet 
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If you have lost or found a pet: Arvada Animal Management Notify Arvada Animal Management at 720-898-6850. Be prepared to leave a message with the following information: Breed

Rabies
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Rabies is a viral disease that infects the central nervous system. The disease affects humans and other animals. Are There Rabies Cases in Colorado? Yes, rabies is present in Colorado

Pet and Dog Licenses
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Arvada law requires dogs to be licensed annually. Cats may also be licensed. A dog (or other pet) license may be obtained through Foothills Animal Shelter, any of the four Arvada Police Stations

2020 Asphalt Program
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of two different types of pavement treatments in preparation for the final top lift of asphalt. The chosen treatment is determined based on the roadway’s existing structure and its average daily traffic

McIntyre Street Improvement Project
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Project Overview This multi-phase project brings several improvements to McIntyre Street between W 58th Ave and W 60th Ave. Phase III is in the final stages. This is a Jefferson County project. To learn more, visit Jefferson County's website:...

Feeding Wildlife Prohibited
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Does the City Prohibit the Feeding of Wildlife? Feeding a single wild animal can quickly lead to having many at your doorstep. Wild animals constantly search for food and many will find the easy food

Barking Dogs
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It is unlawful for an owner or custodian of an animal to allow that animal to create a disturbance by loud, persistent, or habitual barking, howling, yelping or other unreasonable noise. Options

Officer Involved Shooting
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Officers. An Officer fired their weapon striking the suspect. Deleon then turned his weapon on himself and shot himself in the head. Medical personal tended to Deleon, but he was pronounced dead at the scene

CDOT Project on Coal Creek Canyon Road (SH 72) near Candelas Pkwy.
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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be starting a roadway milling and paving project on August 23 at SH 72 (Coal Creek Canyon Rd.). Project construction will occur during daytime

Roadway Work on Sheridan to Begin Mid-September (52nd - 58th Aves)
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Beginning in mid-September, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Jalisco International Inc. will begin a roadway improvement project on Colorado Highway 95 (Sheridan Boulevard

Pets and Wildlife
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reach out to Animal Management at 720-898-6850. For Pet Guardians Arvada Animal Rules and Regulations Did you know that your pup is required to have a rabies vaccination? Or that there are limits

Traffic Signs
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Arvada's Traffic and Transportation operations section evaluates roadway features and operational safety when installing street signs and markings. The City of Arvada, like all other cities