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What is a Learning Garden?
The learning garden is a partnership between schools and community organizations to teach students gardening skills and provide nutritional instruction.
How is it Funded, and Who are the Partners?
Through a partnership made possible with grant money...
You may have heard about Colorado's "first in time, first in right" rule regarding water rights. In the past, this approach meant that it was - with a few exceptions - not lawful to capture and store rainwater. Recent changes in the law mean that beginning August 10, when the...
Employees and residents who drive electric vehicles now have another option for charging their car—on the north side of Arvada City Hall (8101 Ralston Road).
The Denver metro region continues to lack geographically dispersed charging points for electric vehicles as well as the widespread...
Full version of the Arvada Sustainable Action Plan for Muncipal Operations
Just to name a few…
Composting at the Arvada Center, Lake Arbor Golf Club and West Woods Golf Club- Food waste from these facilities is taken to an industrial compost facility where it is made into high...
Help keep Arvada Beautiful by volunteering for the Adopt-A-Street Program, and collect litter from our community streets, parks, green belts, and waterways.
How Does Adopt a Street Work?
Individuals or groups volunteer to pickup litter on streets in Arvada.