B.O.L.D. 2026 | April 2024 Update

B.O.L.D. 2026 is a five-year regional economic strength and resiliency initiative of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber developed BOLD 2026 in consultation with private and public sector leaders and partners in Arvada, Jefferson / Adams Counties, Metro Denver and the state of Colorado. Below is a monthly update on initiative outcomes for investors, members, Champions, and the community.

April 2024 Highlights

Arvada-area Middle School Students Compete in 2024 National Civics Bee

Middle school students from Arvada-area schools competed in the 2024 National Civics Bee regional competition on April 11 at Revive Church. The event was hosted by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Colorado Chamber of Commerce and the Civic Trust of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.


Arvada Chamber Launches Business Housing Advocates Program

A key element of the Chamber’s B.O.L.D. 2026 housing initiative includes advocacy and as a result, the Arvada Chamber launched the Business Housing Advocate Program for business leaders experiencing the impact of housing access on their workforce, recruitment and retention strategies, and economic success.


Mayor Simpson Highlights Major Achievements and Projects in Annual State of the City Address

On Friday, April 19, newly elected Arvada Mayor Lauren Simpson delivered the Annual State of the City Address to over 100 attendees inside Revive Church. In the hour speech, Mayor Simpson addressed achievements, issues, and upcoming projects for the City of Arvada. The full video recording, provided by the City of Arvada, key takeaways, and photos can be found below.


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