To promote shopping in original shopping districts across the Front Range, the Ladies Only Sampling Tour is selling bracelets for a May 1 sampling event.
The event will allow shoppers to sample food, beverages, receive discounts, coupons, freebies and more by perusing the shops in Olde Town Arvada.
To partake in the event, attendees must purchase a bracelet for $12.50 and wear it on the day of the event. Bracelets are available for purchase at Paws N’ Play, 7403 Grandview Ave.
Departing from the Standley Lake Regional Park Trailhead, 100th Avenue and Oak Street, Mayor Pro Tem Mark McGoff will lead a morning hike, 9 a.m., Saturday, May 3.
Participants will hike along the east side of the shore trail, visit Loon Lake and the wetlands area.
The hike is approximately four miles. Organizers suggest bringing friends and family along with water, sunscreen and good walking shoes.
To better serve the community, the Arvada Police Department is now offering pet licensing at all three community stations.
Residents who wish to license their pet can come to any of the three locations, West Woods, 6644 Kendrick Dr.; Lake Arbor, 8110 Vance Dr.; or police headquarters, 8101 Ralston Rd., with their pet’s vaccine and spay/neuter certificates.
Cost for neutered or spayed pets is $15 annually, and $30 for non-altered pets.
For more information, contact the Arvada Animal Management, 720-898-6850.
The City of Arvada, the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District and Wanco Inc. will host a master plan update meeting for the Clear Creek Valley Park site, 7 p.m., Thursday, May 8.
The meeting will be held at the Carl Park Community Center, 5401 Meade St., Denver, to garner input from the community and residents on the new site.
For more information contact Terry Barnhart, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A woman went to the Arvada Police Department on April 3 to report a loan scam. She told police she was interested in purchasing a loan and had researched and placed information into several lending sites when she started to receive numerous calls.
After speaking with one of the lenders, she was told she would need to pay the taxes on the loan upfront, and proceeded to purchase two American Express Vanilla prepaid cards for a total of $445. Following the initial purchase, the individual was instructed to give the card information to the lender, and purchase another prepaid card for $207. At this time, the individual realized she was scammed and cancelled the prepaid cards.
The case was reported to the police and the money is in the process of being refunded to the individual.
A man dumped oil into a neighbor’s car nearly a year following a past traffic altercation.
The neighbor was working in his yard April 9 when the suspect yelled profanity two times at the neighbor. Following the yell, the neighbor went to his car and noticed someone had poured motor oil into the his car through an open passenger window.
The damage done to the individual’s car and belongings totaled $365.
Police went to the suspect’s residence and after speaking with him, issued a municipal summons for Criminal Mischief and will appear in court on May 8, 2014.