Vote Yes on 3F

Vote Yes on 3F to fund critical road improvements on two of Arvada’s major east-west travel corridors—Ralston Road and West 72nd Avenue. These two big projects are focused on improving safety for pedestrians and drivers and reducing congestion across Arvada—without increasing taxes.

Two critical projects:

Ballot measure 3F seeks approval by City of Arvada voters for a $79.8 million bond that can be issued without a tax increase. These projects will improve safety and traffic along Ralston and West 72nd, an area of concern brought to the attention of City Council by residents in the community.

  • Placed unanimously on the 2018 ballot by Arvada City Council
  • Includes transparency and accountability for taxpayers through annual reviews
  • Funds will not go toward City administration and salaries
  • Direct response to public feedback following extensive, citywide outreach

Focused on safety:

These two critical projects focus on the safety of all Arvadans, including pedestrians and drivers.  

  • Ralston Road project will include widening travel lanes, rebuilding sidewalks, enhancing pedestrian crossings and improving access to local businesses.
  • West 72nd Avenue project will construct much-needed sidewalks and bike lanes, upgrade intersections with traffic-signal technology and build an underpass at the railroad crossing near Oak Street to alleviate traffic backups.

Vote Yes on 3F

Safer streets for drivers and pedestrians

Less congestion on Arvada roadways

Without raising taxes

Get Involved

The Safe Streets Arvada campaign is asking for support from community members, business owners, and community organizations to inform, educate and engage Arvadans about the importance of a Yes Vote on 3F.