Are horses allowed in Arvada parks and on Arvada trails?

Horses are only allowed in designated areas and on designated trails in Arvada as defined by Arvada Municipal Code Sec. 66-26, which reads: 

It shall be unlawful for any person to ride, lead or otherwise permit any horse in or upon any public park, except for posted equestrian trails and posted equestrian centers.

Visit our Local Trails page for information on which trails and trail areas permit horses. 

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1. Does the City provide free mulch?
2. Are horses allowed in Arvada parks and on Arvada trails?
3. How do I request a memorial tree or memorial park bench be added to a park?
4. Who do I contact if I get locked in or out of an athletic field?
5. What should I do if I notice graffiti in an Arvada park?
6. Who is responsible for maintenance of the areas along the Farmers Highline Canal, Church Ditch and Croke Canal?
7. Which parks have amenities, such as basketball, tennis, pickleball, etc?
8. What should I do if trees are overhanging power lines?
9. Why does the City recommend residents not water during peak times of the day, but they routinely do so in the parks?
10. Why does the City water parks and trails early in the morning, when people are using the trails?
11. How often does Parks staff assess playground equipment for safety?
12. What is the City's mowing policy for open space?
13. What is the City's mowing policy for parks?
14. What is the City's policy on the use of herbicides in parks and open space?
15. I live near a trail (or open space/park). When should I expect to see parks staff pruning the trees in these areas?
16. City-owned trees are overhanging my property. Can I trim them myself?
17. My trees are overhanging City property. Is the City allowed to trim them?
18. Why are some City parks watered during daylight hours?