The City of Arvada is committed to ensuring transparency in government. The resources below are intended to provide a broad overview of City government and help you access important information about operations.
In Arvada, citizens are represented by elected City Council members. To see the latest City Council meetings, find your representative, or get in-depth information about how City Council is set up, please explore City Council.
The Municipal Court handles traffic infractions, criminal citations, municipal code violations, and parking citations issued in Arvada.
Other Elected Officials
For information on your congressional representatives, visit Other Elected Officials.
Boards, Commissions, and Committees
Citizen-appointed boards and commissions make recommendations to City Council. They serve as the community’s voice. Some have decision making power while others serve as advisors. If applications are actively being accepted, any citizen of Arvada may apply to serve on a board, commission, or committee. To see a full list of these groups, or apply to serve, visit Boards, Commissions, and Committees.
The City of Arvada, which employs more than 700 full-time workers, embraces innovation. To learn about our organizational culture, mission, vision, and values, explore Our Organization.
Codes and Law
Whether you’re looking for the City Charter, or want to explore the Municipal Code or Zoning regulations, you’ll find what you need in Codes and Law.
- by City Manager