City of Arvada extends facilities closure to May 10
The City of Arvada has extended the closure of its facilities to the public through May 10, following Governor Polis’ recent announcement regarding the upcoming end to the state Stay-at-Home Order after April 26. The closure extension is in alignment with state and local recommendations focusing on the safety and well-being of employees and the public, and supporting the economic recovery of our community and organization.
While City facilities have not been open to the public, nearly all City services have remained available to the community in a remote or physically-distant capacity. The City team is evaluating current service levels to determine when in-person services will resume as part of a phased approach and in alignment with the state’s “Safer at Home” guidelines. Additionally, outdoor facilities, such as playground equipment, playing courts and skateparks, will similarly remain closed and are being evaluated to be reopened when appropriate health and safety measures can be maintained.
Updates about City services affected by the COVID-19 health crisis will continue to be provided at arvada.org/city-services-update-covid-19.
These and other ongoing actions continue to be part of the City’s ongoing response to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). More information about the City’s response to COVID-19 is available at arvada.org/COVID-19.