Street Services & Traffic Control
Access educational resources for pedestrian, cyclist and driver safety.
Each year the City of Arvada designates a variety of roads throughout the city to apply different treatments to based on the current quality of the road.
If you would like to report a road issue such as a pothole, snow and ice, or debris, begin here.
The City's ordinance Municode Sec. 94-68 places responsibility for curb, gutter and sidewalk maintenance on the property owner.
Understand the types of traffic control devices used across the city. This includes signs, signals, crosswalks and lane markings.
The City of Arvada's Snow and Ice control policy is to plow and apply de-icing material to arterial and collector streets on a priority basis.
The City conducts street sweeping on a general rather than a fixed schedule. This allows us to use our resources most efficiently, based on available equipment and personnel, while also taking into consideration seasonal weather conditions.
Learn about efforts to improve safety through the use of traffic calming devices throughout the city.
Street & Traffic Safety Issues
Do you need to report a pothole or damaged street light? You can do so online.
- Report a Street Light Outage or Repair Issue with Xcel
We contract Xcel Energy to provide street lighting in the City.
- Report a Pothole on a Public Street through Ask Arvada
To report a pothole on State Highways, contact the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) online or by live chat.
- Report a Problem with Traffic Signals through Ask Arvada
Ask Arvada is not monitored 24/7. If you need to report a failing traffic signal after normal business hours, please call the Arvada Police Department at 720-898-6900. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) maintains and operates traffic signals on State-owned roadways including Wadsworth Boulevard, Sheridan Boulevard, and Ward Road. To report a problem on State-owned signals please contact CDOT online or by live chat.