At arvadapermits.org Contractors are requested to log into the system using their Arvada license number (starts with AEC).
If you are new to the system please continue to the steps for "New Contractor".
The steps below will show you how to successfully log into the system with your contractor license if you are a returning user.
Note: Your contractor's license must be active with the City of Arvada to use the eTRAKiT system.
Step 1: Sign In
Once at the homepage for arvadapermits.org, at the top of your screen find the text box next to "Arvada Contractor". Enter in your Arvada license number.
Step 2: Enter License number and password
Enter in your Arvada license number in the text box that says user name. Enter in your password. If you are new to the system you will have a temporary password that was provided to you at the time of your license issuance. Click "LOGIN".
Note: If you are logging in for your first time or it has been 90 days since you last password change you maybe prompted to update your password. Create a new password using a combination of letters and numbers.
Step 3: Dashboard View
Once you are logged into the system you will see your dashboard. All permits and projects that are linked to you Arvada license number will show here. From the dashboard you can schedule inspection, pay fees and re-print permits. All review notes and inspection results can be viewed by clicking on the blue permit/project number. For more information on reviewing information see Monitoring Permit and Project Application Process
If you are new to the eTRAKiT system you will need to change your password before applying for permits or scheduling inspections.
Step 1: Initiate Password Reset
One the right of the top bar, click “Forgot Password”
Select “Contractor”. Enter Arvada License. Number that was provide at registration. Click “Reset Password”
Step 2: Review e-mail
Review email for reset link. An email will be sent to the user account that was provided at registration. When email is received, click on the “Reset Password’ link within the email.
Step 3: Create New Password
Create new password and security questions. You will now enter a new personal password for your account and set two security questions. When finished, click “Save and Login” at the bottom of the screen.
Step 4: Continue to User Dashboard
Click “Continue” and you will now be logged into your account and ready to apply for permits and schedule inspections.
- by Community and Economic Development