Engage with the City
Welcome to the City of Arvada's portal for community engagement. It is our goal to make sure every resident feels welcome to engage with us through the platforms best suited to their lifestyles. There are many ways to engage with the City. We want to help you navigate through those many opportunities and select the ones that work best for you.
You can connect with us on any of our many social media platforms, find out about breaking news through our news feed or learn what's happening in Arvada via the ArvadaNews and the Arvada Report. Visit Find Us Online.
Ask Arvada is the City's online, 24/7 digital service request platform. Residents can ask City staff questions from the comfort of their home during hours that are convenient for them. City staff will respond to requests within three days, and residents can track the status of their requests.
- Visit Ask Arvada to report an issue or request service.
- Call Us on the Phone: To reach City Hall during normal business hours (8 am to 5 pm. Monday through Friday), dial 720-898-7000.
- Visit Us in Person: Arvada City Hall is located at 8101 Ralston Road, Arvada, CO 80002
Speak Up Arvada is the City's online, 24/7 digital engagement platform where you can give us feedback and share ideas about issues that you care about at times that are convenient for you. On the site, you'll find tools for engaging with the City and resources for staying informed. Within a project, you can take a survey or a poll, share a comment, idea, or a question, or drop a pin on a map All feedback is considered by the City team when making recommendations on a project and shared with the City's leadership and City Council.
Neighbors knowing neighbors is at the core of every strong community. The City offers resources and training opportunities to residents who would like to strengthen their community through impactful projects and activities. Visit Neighbors Connected.
At meetings of the Arvada City Council (held on Mondays), councilmembers hear public comment about and discuss and vote on a variety of resolutions and ordinances that set the strategic and policy direction of the City and affect the lives of Arvada residents. City councilmembers want your input. You can attend a public hearing to share your views, or participate in the Open Comment portion of Council meetings on items not otherwise on the agenda. For more information about engaging with City Council, visit arvada.org/city-council.
The City team regularly hosts community meetings and open houses across the city to inform the community about various projects and often to solicit resident input to help improve the project. The City regularly advertises public meetings on social media, in the Arvada Report and the ArvadaNews.