Situated between Denver and Boulder, Arvada offers a small-town feel, even though its population now tops 120,000.
Thinking about moving to Arvada, CO? The city, which is in Adams and Jefferson counties, was founded in 1870 and incorporated in 1904, and the median annual income is a comfortable $66,300.
Major employers in Arvada include Barber-Nichols, LivaNova USA, Prescient, Sundyne and Wanco Inc.
Olde Town is the city’s downtown district with shops, boutiques, galleries, events, restaurants, breweries and a winery.
Adams County Region, CO
This digital edition of the Adams County Region, CO is sponsored by Adams County Regional Economic Partnership.
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