Parks, Trails, and Open Space
The City of Arvada manages a 4,200-acre system of parks, open spaces, and trails guided by the Arvada Park System Master Plan. The parks system includes more than 90 neighborhood parks, one within a ten-minute walk of 96% of residents in our community.
The City of Arvada's Parks Maintenance Team is made up of 55 skilled professionals who are dedicated to delivering superior services that enhance the lives of everyone in our community.
The goal of the City's Parks Maintenance team is to maintain the highest parks and open space standards possible making the best use of City resources in a sustainable, equitable and consistent fashion.
- Park Maintenance
- Park Pavilion Rentals
- Park Projects
- Parks Maintenance FAQs
- Naming Arvada's Newest Park - Little Raven Park
Trails and Open Space
Arvada's 150-mile trail network consists of primary, regional and local trails with both paved and soft surfaces. Our trails are suitable for recreational enjoyment and commuting.
- Trails and Open Space Information
- Open Space and Natural Area Maintenance
- Snow Clearing Routes
- Trails map
- Trail Etiquette and Tips
The Arvada-Blunn Reservoir is located between Highway 93 and W. 64th Parkway. The reservoir is open daily from April 1 through Oct. 31.
- Reservoir hours and dates of operation
- Purchase Reservoir passes
- Reservoir Rangers volunteer program
Trees and Urban Forestry
Trees are a major part of the City's infrastructure, providing natural beauty while supporting vital ecosystems. Visit the trees and urban forestry page to learn more about the City's Forestry Team or click on one of the topics below.