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Arvada, Colorado 80002


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The Arvada Economic Development Association released its 2018 Annual Report

The Arvada Economic Development Association’s (AEDA) Annual Report is live on the website. Its a great opportunity to read about what AEDA was up to in 2018. Visit the website and the Report is under the About section or click Annual Report

Cutting Edge HR Issues for Every Workplace: Employment Law

The Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA) is hosting Cutting Edge HR Issues for Every Workplace: Employment Law seminar. Chuck Passaglia, employment law expert, will address recent cases of importance to employers as well as trends in human resources management for no charge on Thursday, April 11, 2019. Date:              Thursday, April 11, 2019 Time:              7:30 am …

Arvada Economic Development Association Announces 2019 Board Appointments

The Arvada Economic Development Association (AEDA) would like to introduce its 2019 Board Officers: Ken Olsen with B2B CFO, president; Dave Doherty with Piper Electric, past president; Alicia Svaldi with Faustson Tool, vice president; and Paul Duncan with Pie Consulting & Engineering, secretary/treasurer. Additionally, AEDA welcomes the newly elected board members, Julie Witecki with Swinerton …

Business Bulletins

CO Economic Development Commission Approves JEFFCO EDC’s Application to Expand Enterprise Zone

ENTERPRISE ZONE PROGRAM The Colorado Enterprise Zone Program encourages job creation and capital investment in economically distressed areas by providing tax credits to businesses and projects to promote and encourage economic development activities. The program was created in 1986 and is based on areas in Colorado that have high unemployment rates, low per capita income, …

G Line opening set for Friday, April 26

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) announced that the grand opening for the G Line, which will run through Denver, Adams County, Arvada and Wheat Ridge, will be on Friday, April 26. The 11.2-mile electric commuter rail line will connect passengers from the westernmost station, at Wheat Ridge & Ward, to Union Station in downtown Denver in …

One year out from Census Day 2020 – What is Colorado Doing?

The 2020 Census is one year away and the State of Colorado is working on efforts to ensure a complete and accurate count. This critical process ensures that Colorado receives fair representation in Congress and its fair share of federal funding. The data collected is then used by states for redistricting. “The Census is about …

Arvada in the News

Das Meyer Fine Pastry Chalet is a Hidden Arvada Gem

Joshua Meyer — son of owners Dennis and Elaine Meyer — described the quaint bakery by saying, “you don’t know you’re here until you’re here.” The shop is tucked away next to Morningside Manor — a venue that is also owned and operated by the Meyer family — and can easily be missed if you aren’t specifically …

Arvada city council rezones districts to account for growth

Going into the 2019 Arvada City Council election this November, city council districts will be slightly different. Arvada City Council voted unanimously March 18 to rezone council district boundaries to account for significant growth in District 4, which encompasses the northwest portion of Arvada.

RTD: Long-delayed G-Line from Denver to Wheat Ridge will open April 26

The line, which runs 11 miles from Denver’s Union Station to Arvada and Wheat Ridge, will open April 26, the Regional Transportation District announced in a press conference Monday morning.