At approximately 12:05 a.m. April 10, an altercation occurred between two groups near the Vail Transportation Center, 241 S. Frontage Road East in Vail Village. The two groups had a verbal argument which escalated into a physical fight. Two individuals were assaulted and injured during the incident.
At approximately 2 a.m. Saturday, April 17, the Vail Police Department responded to a report of damaged property at the Vail Transportation Center, 241 S.Frontage Road East in Vail Village. When officers arrived, they found an exit gate detached from the mount sitting on the ground. Security footage shows a male walking through the parking structure, intentionally lifting the gate and breaking it from the mounting post. The subject then left the area and was not located.
Following a rigorous audit process in late 2020, Vail is celebrating the achievement of recertification as a Sustainable Destination under the Mountain IDEAL standard. This coveted achievement builds upon the initial certification in 2017 when Vail become the first Certified Sustainable Destination in the U.S.
Street sweeping operations will be getting underway in Vail beginning Monday, April 19 and will continue through June 11, weather permitting. Crews will be working eight hours each day, five days a week to complete the sweeping which includes curbside cinder pick up. Residents are asked to rake the cinders from their yards into the right-of-way and to call the public works department at 970-479-2158 when ready for pick up, then allow a few days for completion.
Lottery applications for the resale of a home at Chamonix Vail are available on the Town of Vail Housing webpage. The 1,233 square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath, two-car garage townhome is located at 2387 Lower Traverse Way Unit A, in West Vail.
The Town of Vail has concluded its Grant Relief Program as of March 31, which provided direct aid to businesses experiencing hardship due to the public health crisis. Developed by representatives of the Vail Economic Advisory Council with assistance from town staff, the grant program was authorized by the Vail Town Council on Feb. 2 in the amount of $500,000 and offered Vail businesses grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK
A 1.5” mill and asphalt overlay on Westhaven Dr, Vail View Dr and Red Sandstone Rd, approximately 1,550 Tons asphalt.
An overview of construction activity in Vail.
The Vail Town Council will review recommendations for the 2021 summer parking program during its Tuesday, April 20 meeting. The action item is listed as 5.1 on the virtual evening meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. with opportunities for public comment. To register to provide public comment during the meeting, visit www.vailgov.com/town-council or to provide public input prior to the meeting, email email@example.com.
The Vail Town Council will take action to rescind its mandatory outdoor mask mandate zone in Vail Village and Lionshead at its April 20 evening meeting. Emergency Ordinanance No. 6 is listed as action item 5.5 on the virtual agenda which begins at 6 p.m. and will become effective immediately upon approval.