A look at Arvada during COVID-19

Posted 4/5/20

The streets and shopping centers of Arvada have been all but empty since stay-at-home orders went into effect statewide. Residents' favorite destinations, like Olde Town and Five Parks, look more or …

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A look at Arvada during COVID-19

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The streets and shopping centers of Arvada have been all but empty since stay-at-home orders went into effect statewide. Residents' favorite destinations, like Olde Town and Five Parks, look more or less abandoned at times, but around meal times, a handful of visitors will stop by to take part in business's ongoing curbside services.

Meanwhile, residents' favorite trails are more crowded than ever, with dog-walkers, runners, cyclists and families all looking for recreation and relaxation.

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