The Town of Vail will host its remaining neighborhood picnic of the summer on Tuesday, Aug. 15 at Donovan Pavilion. The picnic will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with free food and drink provided by the town as well as a children’s activity area sponsored by the Vail Recreation District.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of August 14.
The Town of Vail is now accepting applications for its Project Re-Wild program, a public-private cost-share initiative in which grants are available to assist with up to 75 percent of design costs associated with local streambank and riparian restoration projects. Homeowners, businesses and HOAs are eligible to apply for the Project Re-Wild funding.
As the Vail community prepares for a new election season, Mayor Dave Chapin reflects on the year's milestones.
Helicopter logging operations will be taking place soon to reduce the wildfire risk on U.S. Forest Service land near the Intermountain neighborhood in West Vail. The project is part of a multi-year fuels reduction project coordinated by the White River National Forest, Colorado State Forest Service and Vail Fire & Emergency Services.
The Vail Town Council will review the status of the update to the 1994 Comprehensive Open Lands Plan at its regular evening meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 15. The topic is listed as item 5.1 on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers and will include opportunities for public comment.
A recap of construction activity in Vail.
Vail Resorts, Inc. has announced plans to seek to rezone a parcel of land the company owns in East Vail with the goal of developing a community workforce housing project that includes rental units and land to be preserved as open space. The 23.3-acre property is located north of Interstate 70 near the East Vail exit.