City of Arvada


The City of Arvada is located in the northwest quadrant of the Denver metro area.     It still maintains the small town feel even though it boats a population of 115,368.   Median age is 40.9 years.  This City was established in 1870, and has rich history and enjoys quiet tree-lined neighborhoods with robust business.     It's strong leadership keeps the balance of personal lives and Arvada's economic development.

Arvada encompasses nearly 23,000 acres, encompasses 39.41 square miles, with three interstate highways provide access to areas in the metro area as well as Denver International Airport.      With the many trails, parks and open spaces, this City offers a good outdoor variety of exercise.

Within the City, there is University of Colorado, Colorado School of Mines as well as the Arvada campus of Red Rocks Community College to provide higher education to its community.

Visiting historic downtown, you will see that it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, enjoy eclectic shopping and a variety of dining experiences.    The Arvada Center of the Arts and Humanities offers a cultural option with membership available, as well as offering classes and the opportunity of banquet facilities if needed.

Arvada's diverse economic base, highly educated workforce, low crime rate and superb quality of have helped shape our community into a very attractive and competitive city!

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