Season parking passes will be ready for purchase beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31 on the lower level of the Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Rd., with an added incentive for those who make their purchase early. The first 500 buyers will receive a voucher good for a free day of parking to be redeemed any time during the season, a value of $25. The free voucher is good for individual customers and is being offered this season to help reduce last-minute crowding. The offer does not apply to...
The Town of Vail will sponsor the sixth in a monthly series of lunch and learn symposiums at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the Lionshead Welcome Center.
The upcoming Nov. 8 election will be conducted by the Eagle County Clerk & Recorder’s Office as a mail ballot election. Ballots were mailed to all active registered voters on Oct. 17. Requests for mail-in ballots to alternate addresses or replacement ballots must be made in writing to the Clerk’s Office no later than Oct. 31 to have a ballot mailed to you. After that date, you must register in person.
A recap of construction activity in and around Vail.
The Vail Police Department will be offering free tire tread checks from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 and again on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Town of Vail Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Road, to help motorists determine if their tires are currently safe for winter driving. If new tires are needed, coupons will be available for discounts from participating tire stores in Eagle, Summit, Garfield and Pitkin counties which are redeemable until March 2016.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of October 24.
In preparation for the likelihood of winter road closures on Interstate 70, officers from the Vail Police Department will be greeting motorists in the East Vail neighborhood on Monday, Oct. 24 to help distribute vehicle access placards issued by the department. The free placards help improve access to East Vail neighborhoods during I-70 closures and are available to all requesting households.
Two men have been arrested and charged with criminal mischief for their suspected role in a string of graffiti tags that occurred on Saturday, Oct. 15 in Vail. The incident was reported at approximately 10:45 p.m. when the Vail Public Safety Communications Center was notified by a Town of Vail bus driver of the discovery of graffiti in several locations.