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Arvada, Colorado named after Hiram Arvada Hoskin (or Haskin), brother-in-law of settler Mary Wadsworth. Back in the 1850’s when gold was discovered in the area; a wagon train of prospectors bound for California, crossed the Platte River just north of the confluence with Clear Creek, and followed Clear Creek west for six miles. One day Lewis Ralston dipped his gold pan in an unnamed mountain stream and found almost $5 worth of gold in his first pan. The stream was later named Ralston Creek in his honor. This was the first gold discovery in Colorado, and one of the most significant events in Colorado history.

Panning for gold in the Arvada area was difficult and many prospectors learned that growing crops and selling them to the miners made them a very good living. The area near Ralston’s original gold strike was filled with fertile soil and could be easily irrigated. Soon after a small farming community sprang up along a ridge between Ralston and Clear Creeks and became known as Ralston Point. Settlers planted crops that could survive such as wheat, corn, oats, plums, celery, cherries, berries, melons, strawberries, and vegetables. At one time, Arvada was known as the Celery Capitol of the World.

On December 1, 1870, soon after the construction of a railroad near the settlement, and six years before Colorado would achieve statehood, legal notice was posted for the new Town of Arvada. Benjamin F. Wadsworth and Louis A. Reno filed a town plat. Wadsworth’s wife, Mary, named the new town in honor of her brother-in-law, Hiram Arvada Haskin.

Trains of the Colorado Central Railroad passed through the Arvada village twice a day. By 1872, passengers could board the train on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to travel east to Denver or west into the mountains as far as Black Hawk.

On August 24, 1904 the Town of Arvada was officially incorporated. Grandview Avenue – known then as Railroad Street- became a thriving business area. There was a livery stable, a feed store, a blacksmith, a threshing operation, a tannery, a shoemaker, a dry goods store, a cigar store, a grocery store, and a lumber yard. In 1906 Arvada’s economy surged when a brickyard employing more than 40 men opened on Carr Hill just north of the railroad tracks. The first newspaper, “The Arvada Enterprise”, published its first edition on July 3, 1908.


Arvada is a city located in northern Jefferson County and is a suburb west of Denver, Colorado. The city of Arvada covers 22,570.51 acres and offers approximately 1,634 acres of available land for commercial and industrial development. The estimated 2006 population of the city of Arvada is 104,830 and is the eighth most populous city in the state of Colorado and the 241 st most populous city in the United States.

According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 32.8 square miles with 0.2 square miles of water. There are 39,019 households and 27,742 families residing in the city of Aravada. The median income per household was $55,541 and the median income for a family was $63, 273.

The City of Arvada was ranked No. 9 in the 2002 Digital Cities Survey, for cities of 75,000-125,000 people. The survey, released by the Center for Digital Government, measured cities’ progress in adopting digital technologies.


Arvada offers unique amenities for citizens and visitors. Historic Olde Town Arvada provides an eclectic shopping experience attracting new retailers every day. FasTracks, a proposed light rail system, has designated three convenient stops in the community. This quiet and attractive western suburb maintains a hometown feeling with a diverse business community. Its rich historical culture with restored historic landmarks and outlining areas are filled with quiet neighborhoods, modern homes and a right mix of small businesses.

Some of the top Arvada subdivisions include Lake Arbor Fairways, West Woods, Arvada, Village of Five Parks, Trail Village, Landing at Standley Lake and Pioneer Ridge.

If you are considering moving to Arvada, Colorado and looking for a mortgage on home in Arvada Colorado, contact Stone Creek Mortgage. We are a direct mortgage lender and lender who believes in helping people! For over 14 years we are your one stop solution for loans and homes in Arvada. Even if you are unable to obtain good credit financing on a home or commercial property in Arvada, Englewood can find the right financing for you. FHA or VA loans are not a problem. He has funded loans within a week and finds you the right and fairest solution for your home mortgage loan. Fix and Flip Loans and Construction loans, Englewood, Arvada.


The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities located at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd. , Arvada, CO 80003 , phone number 720 898 7330 provides diverse, year-round programming that includes theater, concerts, art exhibitions, and arts and humanities classes for all ages. Its banquet facility offers over 9,300 square feet of flexible space for corporate and social gatherings.

Apex Centerlocated at 13150 W. 72nd Avenue , Arvada, Colorado 80005 , phone 303 424 2739, offers two NHL ice rinks, a water amusement park, rock climbing walls and a Coffee Bistro. The Apex Center is operated by the North Jeffco Park and Recreation District.

Majestic View Nature Center and Community Park located at 7030 Garrison Street, phone number 720 898 7405. With over 80 acres land including a lake and wetland areas, an interpretive trail, prairie grasses and an assortment of wildlife, people of all ages can enjoy visiting this Nature Center. The center offers a variety of environmental programs for the general publlic, school groups, pre-schools, scouts and other special interest groups. From science camps to bird walks to discovering rainforest wildlife, the topics are always fascinating and educational.


West Woods Golf Club located at 6655 Quaker Street, phone 720 898 7370, is Arvada’s championship 27-hole public golf course. Owned by the City of Arvada and located on the northwest side of the Denver metro area, the golf course offers three distinctly different nines. The Sleeping Indian nine tenders views of the famous Sleeping Indian rock formation. The Cottonwood nine has many trees, streams and lakes. The Silo nine was named after the old grain silo that was left on the twenty-third hole. You’ll enjoy the panoramic mountain views and skyline of Denver while golfing.

Lake Arbor Golf Club located at 8600 Wadsworth Blvd , phone 720 898 7360, is another fine public golf course in Arvada, Colorado. This golf course has always been noted for well-kept putting surfaces. Even though it is a short par 70 course, trouble lurks on every hole. Lake Arbor is known as one of Denver’s quickest paced golf courses with rounds frequently played in less than four hours.

Indian Tree Golf Course located at 7555 Wadsworth Blvd , phone 303 463 4277, right in the heart of Arvada, is owned and operated by North Jeffco Park and Recreation District. You’ll enjoy viewing the pristine scenery of the Rocky Mountains while playing golf.


Arvada has the most extraordinary parks and trails that link downtown Denver to the foothills. The City of Arvada maintains trails that offer easy access to mountain recreation and other activities. With 90 developed parks consisting of over 600 acres and 60 miles of developed trail systems there is an abundance of outdoor activies for everyone. Many of these parks are typical neighborhood parks, but there are also regional parks for soccer, softball, a skateboard park and a dog park. In addition, Arvada has 52 undeveloped parks consisting of almost 3,000 acres and 20 miles of undeveloped trails. The park system is funded by Jefferson County property taxes and Funding from the City of Arvada.

Standley Lake Regional Park South is a manmade reservoir located in the northwestern section of Arvada, Colorado. You’ll enjoy this lovely 3,000 acre grassland that offers sweeping views of the Flatirons and Longs Peak mountain ranges to the northwest. Standley Lake is preserved as a natural prairie for 2 miles on the north and south lakeshores but has no boating or marinas. No swimming is allowed at the reservoir because it’s a water source for the cities of Westminster, Northglenn and Thornton. However, you can fish the stocked lake for trout, bass, catfish and perch either offshore or on a boat. Two gazebo-like structures with picnic tables are located on the upper trail and offer panoramic views.


Arvada, Colorado public schools are part of Jefferson County R-1 District. The following schools have been ranked the top ten public schools in Colorado: Ralston Valley Senior High School, West Woods Elementary Schools, Drake Junior High School, Meiklejohn Elementary School and Van Arsdale Elementary.

Red Rocks Community College located at 5420 Miller Street, Arvada, CO, phone 303 914 6010. The Red Rocks Community College campus is located just northwest of the intersection of I-70 and Kipling. The college offers state-of-the-art “smart” classrooms and a variety of courses from Anthropology to Speech along with general education core courses and basic-skills courses in math and English.


Wells Fargo 
7878 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
Phone: 303 467 5016

Wells Fargo 
7375 W 52 nd Ave.
Arvada, CO 80002
Phone: 303 456 4390

First Bank 
6355 Ward Rd
Arvada, CO 80004
Phone: 303 422 3000

First Bank – North 
8031 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
Phone: 303 237 5000

Firs Bank of Arvada – Westwood Branch 
15250 W. 64 th Ave.
Arvada, CO 80007
Phone: 303 215 9900

U.S. Bank 
9590 W. 58 th Ave.
Arvada, CO 80002
Phone: 303 431 5468


Arvada, Colorado is a quiet suburb of Denver with service businesses throughout the city. Most residents commute to the surrounding areas to work for top employers throughout the Front Range.

The City of Arvada is one of the top employers in the city along with the Police and Fire Departments.


City of Arvada 
8101 Ralston Road
P.O. Box 8101
Arvada , CO 80001-8101
Phone: 720-898-7000

City of Arvada Police Department 
8101 Ralston Road
Arvada , CO 80002
Non-emergency calls: 720-898-6900

Arvada Fire Protection District 
7903 Allison Way
Arvada , CO
Phone: 303 424 3012
Web site:

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department 
Sheriff’s Office
200 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303 277 0211
Web site:

Xcel Energy
24-hour Electric and Gas Emergency Contacts:
Electric Emergency/Power Outage 
Gas Emergency/Gas Odor 
Web site:

Water bills are paid directly to the city of Arvada


Lakeside Center
5801 W 44th Ave
Denver, CO 80212
Phone: 303 455 7072‎