The Vail Police Department is investigating multiple cases of ski lift tickets being fraudulently sold online through third-party vendors. In each case, ski lift tickets are being sold through Craigslist to visitors coming into Vail from out of town. When they arrive to pick up their tickets, they are either non-existent or are fraudulent.
The Vail Town Council has voted to give approval to an ordinance on first reading that would authorize the redevelopment of the former Roost Lodge property at 1783 N. Frontage Road. The initial approval, with conditions, occurred during the Jan. 17 meeting with a 5-2 vote (Foley, Mason opposed) to support Ordinance No. 35 on first reading. The vote took place following a public hearing which saw numerous citizens voicing both support and opposition to the project, which has been revised from...
The reality of a new neighborhood in West Vail and the many attributes of living in Vail are coming to life in new promotional materials released today by the Town of Vail and its development team that aims to introduce potential homebuyers to 32 new townhomes in varying designs. Floor plans, renderings, finishes, pricing, home buyer resources, construction schedules and other information is now available online at chamonixvail.com
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of January 16.
The Town of Vail is inviting community members to assist in the development of a candidate profile for the Vail Town Manager search. A meeting to outline the search process and to collect community feedback will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 16 in the Vail Town Council Chambers, 75 S. Frontage Road. The meeting will be facilitated by Ron Holifield, CEO of SGR Executive Recruitment, who has been selected by the Vail Town Council to lead the national search on behalf of the community.
The Vail Town Council will resume its review of an ordinance that would authorize the redevelopment of the former Roost Lodge property at 1783 N. Frontage Road Council at its Tuesday, Jan. 17 meeting. The item, first reading of Ordinance No. 35, is listed as public hearing item 5.1 on the meeting agenda, which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers with opportunities for community members to offer additional comments during the public hearing.
With this season’s accumulating snowfall, Vail Fire and Emergency Services is asking property owners and managers to make arrangements to remove hazardous ice and snow accumulations that may endanger public safety.
The Town of Vail (TOV) is seeking the services of a professional Design-Build contractor (Contractor) to design, plan and construct a Tensile-Fabric Weather Shelter for the Ford Park sport fields.