Council heard an update on the comprehensive plan. The update included information on the workshops and public outreach, comments from the public, and information on roadway improvement needs, the city’s transit enhancement needs, the city’s bike system plans, and plans for pedestrian walkway improvements.
The update also discussed current and proposed land uses for the Indiana Corridor, the Arvada Ridge Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), the Ralston Road Corridor and the Wadsworth Corridor. The proposed changes look at encouraging non-residential businesses to locate in the Indianna Corridor, and change the usage for the Ralston Road Corridor to a mixed-use, sub area plan, but not change the neighborhood’s density.
The city is in one of the final stages of the plan, and will publish a draft comprehensive plan on May 3, at the Sustain Arvada Festival.