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Free PPE provided to Arvada businesses

Arvada businesses can pick up free personal protective equipment (PPE) including gloves, paper towels, masks, disinfectant, rubbing alcohol and infrared thermometers through a new summer offering. … more

Rooftop greenhouse sets Arvada restaurant apart

When residents Jaime Miles and Josh Timon opened their first restaurant, the plan was to source their produce as locally as possible — right from the rooftop. On restaurant Lot One's opening day, … more

Jeffco schools still looking for sanitizing wipes, gloves

With plans to reopen schools in the fall, Jeffco Public Schools has been on the hunt for personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning supplies. The search for reusable and disposable masks, hand … more

Jeffco superintendent named Kentucky education commissioner

After about three years as Jeffco Public Schools' superintendent, Jason Glass has been named the next Commissioner of Education for the state of Kentucky. In a July 10 letter to the community, Glass … more

All Jeffco students can return for in-person schooling this fall

On July 8, Jeffco Public Schools announced that all students will have the option to attend school in-person every day next school year. The district's plan for next year, Restart Jeffco, outlines … more

Jeffco teachers face a 'curveball' with online summer learning

Jeffco Public Schools typically runs its Jeffco Summer of Early Leaning (JSEL), a summer learning program for incoming first through third graders, at schools and in person. But as June rolled around … more

Two iconic Olde Town Arvada businesses say goodbye

As residents return to Olde Town to frequent their usual restaurants and favorite shops, they'll notice a few changes to the business landscape after two local businesses — Kline's Beer Hall and … more

Jefferson Parkway in months-long standstill

The city council of Broomfield — one of three entities who formed the original Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority (JPPHA) more than a decade ago — unanimously voted to withdraw from … more

Arvada council votes yes on trash hauling contract

After more than 30 individuals gave public comment and almost 400 emails were sent as well, two long-awaited votes on Arvada trash hauling took place June 15 — and a contract between the city and … more

Outdoor and online farmers markets ongoing in Arvada

When the Arvada Farmers Market opened June 7 after almost three months of pandemic-related regulations, residents like Rebeccah Basell and Lowell Glovesky —who moved to Arvada six months ago partly … more

District's recommended cuts include option bussing, school improvement funds

As the school board and district team get closer to making final decisions on the 2020-2021 budget, the team has divided some of its potential districtwide cuts into recommended, disruptive and … more

Rehearing canceled, Grandview Station process starting over

A June rehearing of the appeal that halted the Grandview Station project is no longer scheduled to take place because the developer has been approved to submit a new application instead. The widely … more

Jeffco Schools now considering a 50% return to classrooms

Jeffco's June 4 Board of Education meeting provided the first chance during the pandemic for community members to give public comment over video conferencing. And as a long line of parents began to … more

Land Development Code unanimously adopted by city council

After a process that lasted more than two years, Arvada has adopted the latest version of its Land Development Code or LDC, which has not been comprehensively reviewed and updated since 2008. The … more

Longtime debate continues about Arvada’s short-term rentals

Arvada has not yet put an ordinance in place to allow homes to be used for short-term rentals (STR’s) of 30 days or less, even as the city currently has dozens of STR listings between rental sites … more

‘It feels fantastic to be out’

When Arvada restaurants shut down their dine-in services starting March 17, residents couldn’t have foreseen the option wouldn’t come back until May 27. But with the state re-allowing sit-down … more

Jeffco summer camps closing, going virtual in 2020

When Camp Granite Lake in Coal Creek made an April announcement that summer camp would be canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, the decision, which seemed premature to some, drew significant … more

Republic will rescind offer if waste hauling issue becomes public vote

As the public hearing on a proposed contract between Arvada and waste hauler Republic Services gets closer, a question posed to the hauler, and the hauler’s answer, could affect the hearing’s … more

Waste hauling issue may go to public vote

A two-plus-years discussion on if Arvada should contract with just one waste hauling company could come to an end with a decision June 15 — or it could go to a vote of the people in November. At a … more

More than 100 Arvada businesses join ‘Safe and Open’ campaign

As of May 11, there were 115 Arvada businesses which have opted into a campaign known as Safe and Open to convey to customers that it is safe to come inside their stores for business. Safe and Open … more
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