To view results from the recent online community survey, check out the Square Lake Survey Results!
Please join us at the Arvada Days Festival at the Clear Creek Valley Park on Saturday, August 21st from 10am-3pm.
Adams County and the City of Arvada are working together to create a Subarea Plan that will envision future development and redevelopment opportunities within the Square Lake Subarea to ensure this gateway area is thoughtfully master planned. The plan will evaluate current land uses and constraints and build on opportunities for quality of life and economic growth around the transit line, Clear Creek corridor, and context-sensitive planning in underutilized and vacant parcels within the subarea.
Square Lake Information
For more information, contact Layla Bajelan, Long Range Planner for Adams County, at email@example.com.
The Square Lake Subarea is comprised of three distinct geographic areas bounded on the north and south from W. 60th Ave. to W. 52nd Ave. and east and west from Tennyson St. to Sheridan Blvd. Download this map to view the boundaries of the Square Lake Subarea and each of the three sections described below.
Square Lake G-Line Area
The northernmost portion of the Subarea is located within the City of Arvada, bordered to the south by the G-Line, Union Pacific, and BNSF railroads and to the north by E. 60th Ave. This area is currently comprised of the RTD G-Line and its 330-space parking lot, as well as single-family residential housing on the southern portion of W. 60th Ave. Light industrial and commercial buildings wrap around the outer perimeter of the G-Line and continue eastward to Tennyson St.
Square Lake Central Area
The central portion of the Subarea, located within a portion of the City of Arvada and unincorporated Adams County, is bordered to the north by the various railroad lines and to the south by Interstate-76 (I-76). The parcels to the north of W. 58th Ave. and to the south of the railroad lines are located within the City of Arvada. Five parcels at the southeast corner of W. 58th Ave. and Sheridan Blvd. are also within the City of Arvada’s jurisdiction. The remainder of the parcels are located within unincorporated Adams County. All parcels within this greater area are currently comprised of light (indoor clean manufacturing) to heavier industrial uses (a chemical manufacturing business and concrete batch plant). Clear Creek is located within this area and is a waterway/open space corridor within unincorporated Adams County.
Southern Square Lake Area
The southern portion of the Subarea is bordered to the north by I-76 and to the south by W. 52nd Ave. and is entirely located within unincorporated Adams County. Commercial uses are located along the Sheridan Ave. corridor while a variety of housing types and residential zone districts are located along W. 52nd Ave. and the western portion of Tennyson St. A mobile home park is located within the largest portion of this area and is bounded by W. 55th Pl. to the north and W. 53rd Pl. to the south.