Arvada City Council to hear annexation petition for Project Indiana

Vote will take place on June 14

Ryan Dunn
rdunn@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/12/21

The Arvada City Council voted to unanimously accept a petition for annexation on first reading concerning portions of Indiana Street covered in the Project Indiana proposal. On June 14, Council will …

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Arvada City Council to hear annexation petition for Project Indiana

Vote will take place on June 14

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The Arvada City Council voted to unanimously accept a petition for annexation on first reading concerning portions of Indiana Street covered in the Project Indiana proposal. On June 14, Council will vote to determine whether or not to annex portions of Indiana Street and Maple Valley Park into the City of Arvada.

The land annexation is part of a development plan proposed by Amazon to build a 112,485 sq. ft. “last-mile” Delivery Station warehouse in Arvada. Referred to as "Project Indiana" the entire plan involves the annexing of unincorporated county land into the city, rezoning of some of the land parcels and approval of the warehouse development plan.

“To be clear, when we approve things on first reading it's simply to get them on our agenda for a future meeting,” said Arvada Mayor Marc Williams.

The June 14 City Council meeting, to include the annexation discussion, is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. and will be accessible in-person and via a Zoom live stream broadcast.

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