The Public Works Department is responsible for:
Maintaining and improving the City’s infrastructure, which includes 133 miles of streets and 36 miles of storm sewers throughout the City.
Managing and maintaining the City’s fleet vehicles and equipment.
Administering all construction activities within the streets rights of way.
The Public Works Department is also responsible for assisting the Community Development Department in reviewing commercial and residential development projects and building permit applications as related to land surveying and engineering matters.
The first day of school for students of Jefferson County Schools is Thursday, August 18, 2016. Take care in school zones and neighborhood areas where children and teenagers might be riding bicycles or walking. Additional Info...
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) and its contractor, Denver Transit Partners (DTP), are beginning to test commuter rail trains along the entire length of the G (formerly Gold) Line through Arvada and Wheat Ridge. Read on...