By serving Coloradans who have less power, privilege and income, and by prioritizing Coloradans of color, we keep equity at the heart of our work to bring health in reach.
Healthy Places Arvada
The focus area for the Healthy Places initiative is the southeast portion of Arvada where about 22,000 people live. This area includes historic Olde Town, older strip malls and newer big box retail, as well as three light rail stations along the Gold Line.
Introducing Healthy Places Arvada
Healthy Places Arvada: Year One
Healthy Places Arvada: Year Two
Healthy Places Arvada: Year Three
- Healthy Places Arvada website
- Healthy Places Arvada Brochure
- ULI Healthy Places Arvada: Presentation
- ULI Healthy Places Arvada: Report
- ULI Panelist Bios
Community partners: City of Arvada, Arvada City Council, Arvada Sustainability Advisory Committee, Transportation Advisory Committee, Arvada Planning Commission, Arvada Urban Renewal Authority Board, Arvada Parks Advisory Committee, Jefferson County Health Department, Denver Urban Gardens, Apex Park and Recreation District, Bike Colorado, Bike Jefferson County, Carin Clinic, Red Rocks Community College, Arvada YMCA, Living Arvada Real Estate, Realty Kee Real Estate, Jefferson County Public Schools, Project Prepare, Arvada Gardeners, Jefferson County Head Start, Living Water Spiritual Community, Mile High Vineyard Church, Living Light of Peace Mennonite Church, Olde Town Shanti Home Yoga Studio, CDOT – Safe Routes to School, Jefferson County Aging Well Project, Colorado Parks and Recreation Association, Walk2Connect, Fit2BeKids, Sustain Arvada Committee, Arvada Bicycle Advisory Committee, Last Mile Transportation Advisory Committee and Residents.
Contact: City Manager's Office: Arvada, 720-898-7500