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Infrastructure

Strategic Results

Accomplished

 

Complete 
By December 31, 2014, a conceptual plan and location for a new Justice Center will be completed in order to accommodate emerging safety requirements for the public 

 

Complete 
By 2015, a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) assessment will be completed and a Streets Capital Maintenance Plan will be submitted to City Council for consideration 

 

Complete 
By 2015, complete a Comprehensive City Conduit Map identifying key conduit pathways and by 2019, 80% of the pathways have conduit 

 

Complete 
By 2015, staff will refine the conceptual plan for the Justice Center, give consideration to all available options and provide a recommendation to City Council in order to accommodate emerging safety requirements for the public 

 

Complete 
By 2015, partner with RTD-300 parking spaces at Sheridan Gold Strike, 150 parking spaces at Arvada Ridge, & by July 2016, partner with RTD-400 spaces for RTD commuters & 200 additional spaces 

 
 

Complete 
By 2017, complete a business and technical assessment of existing community broadband services to determine options for providing public and private high speed broadband services throughout Arvada 

 
 

Complete 
In association with the 2017-2018 biennial budget and 2017-2026 10-year Financial Plan, develop a cost effective plan to provide City services into the northwest area including development and staffing of a new Police Community Station and satellite facilities deemed necessary for other City services 

Modified

 

 
By the end of 2016, all right of way for the Jefferson Parkway will be legally described and committed to the JPPHA; and the CDOT section 1601 Environmental Review process will be initiated as the next actions needed to construct the Parkway. By 2017, an agreement for a permanent Jefferson Parkway business organization will be in place. Lastly, legal descriptions for member owned parcels will occur in 2017. 

 
 

 
By the end of 2017, establish the Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority as a separate stand-alone agency 

 
 

 
By 2019, 20% of all sidewalk gaps selected from the Transportation Committee inventory and approved by City Council will be built according to the then current code requirements 

 
 

 
By 2019, 100% of all identified trail gaps and connection points recognized in the City’s Parks, Trails and Open Space Master Plan and Bicycle Master Plan as identified by the Arvada Park Advisory Committee and as approved by City Council are built/completed 

 



City of Arvada
8101 Ralston Road
Arvada, Colorado 80002
arvada.org

Office of Performance Management
Kelley Hartman 720-898-7513
khartman@arvada.org


City of Arvada

8101 Ralston Road
Arvada, Colorado 80002
arvada.org

Office of Performance Management
Kelley Hartman 720-898-7513
khartman@arvada.org

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