A recap and a look ahead to construction projects in Vail.
Vail’s annual spring cleaning activities are returning this year with free one-day-only recycling opportunities on Friday, May 12 for paper shredding, e-waste and household hazardous waste as well as clothing and shoe recycling. New this year, the town will be collecting bike tubes, tents, wetsuits (no booties) and old climbing ropes to be recycled. The 2017 collection event has been moved to the Ford Park parking lot to accommodate increased participation by the community....
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of April 24.
The Town of Vail will sponsor another installment of its Lunch with the Locals series at noon Wednesday, April 26 at the Grand View on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to a presentation about how stormwater runoff impacts Gore Creek and how Town of Vail plans to address this issue. Town watershed education coordinator Pete Wadden will talk about how stormwater runoff carries pollutants into creeks and how storm drains differ...
The Vail Police Department is participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 29. The collection takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Vail Municipal Building parking lot, 75 S. Frontage Road. This is an opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinets of all unwanted, expired or unused medications and have them disposed of safely.
In order to accommodate additional field work and technical expert review on trail feasibility and parcel acquisition for the Open Lands Plan update, and to ensure more residents are in town, we have rescheduled the next community workshop to June 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Donovan Pavilion. This replaces the April 25 workshop date that had been scheduled previously.
A recap of ongoing and new construction projects in Vail.
Mayor Dave Chapin announced today the search for a new Vail town manager has been narrowed to two candidates following interviews this week with three finalists. The top two candidates selected unanimously by the town council are David Buckingham, city manager of Morrow Bay, Calif., and Jay Harrington, town manager of Carbondale. A third candidate, Michael Kovacs, city manager of Fate, Texas, is no longer in the running.