Arvada News in a Hurry

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City still waiting on Walmart’s
application for Arvada Plaza location

The revitalization of the Arvada Plaza with a proposed Walmart is not a done deal yet.

As of Feb. 20, Walmart had not filed an application with the city of Arvada, the first step all businesses must take before moving in to the city.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. hosted a public meeting Jan. 16 to inform the public of its interest in the property and preliminary designs.

”There is no indication that they’re not going to file, but there is not a set time frame they have to file by,” said Arvada Communications Manager Wendy Forbes.

The Arvada Press will continue to provide updates about the proposed project as its progresses.

West Woods taking part in Restaurant Week, offering three-courses for $26.40

West Woods Bar and Grill is offering guests discounted dining as part of Denver’s Restaurant Week.

Denver’s Restaurant Week is a two-week celebration of the area’s culinary scene running through March 8. Participating restaurants are offering cuisine for $52.80 per couple during the celebration.

West Woods Bar and Grill, 6655 Quaker St., is offering a three-course meal for two for half that price, $26.40, through March 8. A meal for a group of four is $52.80.

The meal consists of a shared appetizer, individual entrees and a shared dessert.

Appetizer choices include tableside guacamole and chips, fried plantains with pico de gallo or a seafood quesadilla. Entree choices include salmon, a taco trio, chipotle beef fajitas, enchilada torte, salpicon con bistec or chicken suizas.

Dessert choices include chocolate tacos and bunuelos del rio.

To make a reservation, call 720-898-7350 or visit www.westwoodsgolf.com.

Apex collecting donations for food bank

Apex Park and Recreation District is hosting a food drive for the Arvada Community Food Bank.

The drive kicked off Wednesday, Feb. 20, and will run through March 29.

Nonperishable food can be dropped off at all Apex facilities. For a list of facilities, visit apexprd.org.

Visitors Center launches new one-stop-shop website

The Arvada Visitors Center has launched its new website, VisitArvada.org.

The website, designed by Aspire Internet Design in Arvada, is a one-stop-shop for information about everything Arvada has to offer, from shops and restaurants to events, for both tourists considering visiting Arvada and Arvada residents.

The website also features an events calendar, which will includes events from area businesses, organizations, schools and teams. Residents can even submit their own events via a form on the site.