In May of this year the Arvada City Council adopted Land Development Code which will lead to planning and building three new developments in Arvada. These “sub-area plans” are defined as a type of long range planning for a limited geographic area within the City. These sub-area plans focus on goals and policies for topics such as land use, urban design, architectural design and transportation.
New Town Sub-Area Plan:
The New Town Sub-Area is generally defined as the areas along Wadsworth Boulevard and Bypass between the G Line tracks on the north and Interstate 70 on the south. The Arvada Marketplace shopping center along 52nd Avenue is also included.
- Planning Map
- Open House: The first in-person open house scheduled for this plan is on Thursday, September 24th (5PM-7PM) on top of the Olde Town Transit Hub.
Northwest Arvada Sub-Area Plan:
The Northwest Arvada Sub-Area is generally defined as the area east of State Highway 93 to Gladiola Street, including the Indiana Street corridor, and between the railroad tracks on the south and the City boundary on the north.
- Planning Map
- Open House: Anticipated to happen in early October
Square Lake Sub-Area Plan:
The Square Lake Sub-Area is a collaborative project with Adams County that is generally defined as the area east of Sheridan Boulevard to Tennyson Street between 52nd Avenue on the south and 60th Avenue on the north. The City of Arvada portion of the Square Lake area is generally located east of Sheridan Boulevard to Tennyson Street between 58th Avenue and 60th Avenue.
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