Arvada, Colorado is committed to helping businesses thrive with new #InvestinArvada campaign | Arvada Economic Development Association

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Arvada, Colorado is committed to helping businesses thrive with new #InvestinArvada campaign

The Arvada Resiliency Taskforce announced next steps in its proactive approach to helping businesses in the community thrive, following shutdowns during the  COVID-19 public health crisis, by announcing an Invest in Arvada campaign.

“Our local businesses are the heart of our community and as we move towards recovery we want to recognize and encourage the community to support local establishments,” Arvada Economic Development Director Daniel Ryley said.

Invest in Arvada is a campaign aimed at helping Arvada businesses large and small thrive.  While many Arvada businesses are reopening to pre-COVID capacity and operations, they continue to need the support of the entire community and the public is encouraged to shop, dine, recreate and experience locally.

More than 100 restaurants are open for takeout, delivery or curbside options right now in Arvada and are featured at Takeout Takeover.  In a proactive measure to help businesses thrive, Olde Town Arvada closed streets to traffic, allowing for 24 outdoor dining spaces and counting. More information can be found at Olde Town Arvada. Arvada is home to 10 breweries, wineries, seltzeries and distilleries, 13 coffeeshops, and dozens of other unique spots to grab a drink. The newest, LUKI Brewery, is also one of the most original taprooms in all of Colorado. The circus-themed brewery pays homage to the owner’s grandparents, who traveled with the Ringling Brothers.

Shopping options in Arvada range from designer wear to fly fishing gear, salons, toys, home decor, and florists. The historic Olde Town district alone features more than 20 boutiques, shops and galleries, with a little something for everyone. Find retail destinations at Arvada Economic Development.

Arts and culture is also a large part of what makes up Arvada. Visitors can soak in a theater performance at the world-renowned Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities where summer programs, in live and virtual settings, are also offered for children and adults. Olde Town Arvada offers live music options as well as opportunities to meet local artists in various galleries. More information at Visit Arvada.

Arvada is lucky to be a four-season city and boasts 125 miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails throughout the parks and open space system. Three municipal golf courses are open now and Apex Park and Recreation District recently opened Apex Center indoor pools and fitness center, the Fitzmorris outdoor pool and the Apex Tennis Center.  Information is available at APEX.

More than 200 local businesses have taken a Safe and Open pledge that includes agreeing to adhere to industry specific health and safety guidelines provided by county public health and the State of Colorado; communicating expectations of safety protocols and behavior to employees and customers who wish to enter the business; doing everything in their knowledge/ability to provide a safe work environment and doing everything in their knowledge/ability to keep customers safe. Customers will see Safe and Open signs in businesses throughout Arvada.  Visit Safe and Open for a comprehensive list.

For more information, visit Invest in Arvada.