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Weekly Construction Update, June 26

  • 23 June 2017
Weekly Construction Update, June 26
A recap of construction activity in Vail.

Vail Offers Tips for an Enjoyable Fourth of July Celebration

  • 18 June 2017
Vail Offers Tips for an Enjoyable Fourth of July Celebration
Vail America Days™ organizers are ready to welcome guests and area residents for the extended Fourth of July holiday which includes a full weekend of activities leading up to Vail’s popular parade and fireworks display on Tuesday Those who gather in Vail and throughout the county are being asked to be mindful that fire restrictions could be enacted at any time for Vail, Eagle County and other surrounding public lands. In addition, all personal fireworks are banned in Vail.

Weekly Construction Update, June 19

  • 16 June 2017
Weekly Construction Update, June 19
A recap of construction activity around Vail.

Vail Town Council to Host Discussion on Stephens Park at Tuesday’s Meeting

  • 16 June 2017
Vail Town Council to Host Discussion on Stephens Park at Tuesday’s Meeting
Excessive dog waste, off-leash responsibilities and conflicts regarding shared uses at Stephens Park will be the topic of a discussion that will take place during the Tuesday, June 20 Vail Town Council meeting. The item is listed third on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers. Users of the park, located at 2470 South Frontage Road West in the Intermountain neighborhood, are encouraged to take part in the discussion to help determine actions that will improve the overall enjoyment of the park. 

Vail Town Council to Consider Transportation Impact Fee at June 20 Meeting

  • 16 June 2017
Vail Town Council to Consider Transportation Impact Fee at June 20 Meeting
The Vail Town Council will again consider first reading of an ordnance establishing a transportation impact fee at its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 20. The item, Ordinance No. 4, is listed as 5.1 on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers with opportunities for public comment.

Community Workshop Takes Place June 15 to Help Prioritize Update to Comprehensive Open Lands Plan

  • 15 June 2017
Community Workshop Takes Place June 15 to Help Prioritize Update to Comprehensive Open Lands Plan
A community workshop to assist in the update of the Town of Vail Comprehensive Open Lands Plan will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 15 in the Grand View on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center. This workshop is the fourth in a series of community discussions that are being used to evaluate the current plan and help identify updates.

Weekly Construction Update, June 12

  • 9 June 2017
Weekly Construction Update, June 12
A recap of weekly construction activity in Vail.

Enjoy GoPro Mountain Games with Parking and Transportation Tips

  • 6 June 2017
Enjoy GoPro Mountain Games with Parking and Transportation Tips
Participants and spectators attending the GoPro Mountain Games June 8-11 are advised to leave their cars at home and take the bus or ride their bikes to Vail, if possible, as parking will be at full capacity. Check eaglecounty.us or vailgov.com for local bus schedules, which includes expanded service throughout the summer on the East Vail, Golf Course and Sandstone routes.

Vail Sponsors Stormwater Art Installation to Raise Awareness about How Stormwater Impacts Gore Creek

  • 6 June 2017
Vail Sponsors Stormwater Art Installation to Raise Awareness about How Stormwater Impacts Gore Creek
In the wake of a series of incidents in which pollutants including paint, cooking grease, cement and food have been dumped down storm drains, the Town of Vail has begun a campaign to raise awareness of the impacts of stormwater pollution. Working with Art in Public Places, the Environmental Sustainability Division has developed a creative concept to visually draw one’s attention directly to the source: the storm drain.

Town of Vail Establishes Gore Creek Spill Hotline: 970-476-GORE

  • 6 June 2017
Town of Vail Establishes Gore Creek Spill Hotline:  970-476-GORE
The Town of Vail has activated a new hotline to collect tips on suspected spills or potential hazards to Gore Creek and other local waterways as part of its comprehensive focus on stream health. The hotline number, 970-476-GORE (4673), allows callers to share reports anonymously to the town’s Environmental Sustainability Office. The reports will be investigated and addressed as quickly as possible in cooperation with other regulatory agencies including Vail Fire & Emergency Services, Vail Police and Eagle River Water and Sanitation District.
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