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Vail Parks Transition to Winter Season

  • 31 October 2018
Vail Parks Transition to Winter Season
Public restrooms in most of Vail's town parks will be shutting down at the end of the day on Sunday, Nov. 4 in preparation for the winter season. The closures will impact facilities at Ford Park, Bighorn Park, Red Sandstone Park, Stephens Park, Ellefson Park and Buffehr Creek Park. Please plan accordingly. These restrooms will be reopened in the spring.  

Pile Burning in Vail Planned this Week as Conditions Allow

  • 30 October 2018
Pile Burning in Vail Planned this Week as Conditions Allow
Crews from the U.S. Forest Service have scheduled pile burns for the week of Oct. 29 as conditions permit. Pile burning may occur throughout the week. The operations will take place on the hillside above Stevens Park as well as near the water tank on Snowberry Court in Intermountain. The piles were built as part of the ongoing Vail Intermountain Fuels Reduction Project.

Town of Vail Weekly News

  • 29 October 2018

Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of October 29.

Vail Police Respond to Construction Thefts

  • 26 October 2018
Vail Police Respond to Construction Thefts
The Vail Police Department has received several reports of burglaries to construction sites and construction storage containers. The Vail Police Department is encouraging construction site managers to thoroughly secure areas in which construction tools are stored and provide adequate lighting to work sites. 

Weekly Construction Update

  • 26 October 2018
Weekly Construction Update
An overview of major construction activity in Vail.

National Drug Take Back Event is Oct. 27 at Vail Municipal Building

  • 26 October 2018
National Drug Take Back Event is Oct. 27 at Vail Municipal Building
The Vail Police Department is participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 27. The collection takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Vail Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Road. This is an opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinets of all unwanted, expired or unused medications and have them disposed of safely. Getting rid of unused medications helps prevent accidental and intentional misuse of these items while safe disposal protects water sources by...

Our View: Jeanne McQueeney the best choice for Eagle County Commissioner

  • 26 October 2018
This year, we're recommending incumbent commissioner Jeanne McQueeney, with some reservations. Let's address the reservations first. While all three commissioners dispute this, there's a sameness of thought on this board that you'd expect from a group of three Democrats. That homogeneity on the board means fewer options and potentially creative solutions to problems facing the county.

Town of Vail Draws Winner for Chamonix Vail Home

  • 25 October 2018
Following the application process for the resale of a Chamonix Vail home located at 2345 Lower Traverse Way Unit C, a 2-bedroom, 2-bath plus 1-car garage, the 5 applicants were provided 1 ticket for each qualifying category.

Catholic Charities and Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Alliance Announce 8th Annual Coat Drive

  • 23 October 2018
Catholic Charities and Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Alliance Announce 8th Annual Coat Drive
Catholic Charities and the Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Alliance are sponsoring their 8th Annual Fall Kids Coat Drive.  Over the last several years, this coat drive has distributed over 3,800 coats to local kids and families in need. This year, only kids coats and outer winter gear is being collected and distributed. Kids coats are being collected through Nov. 9,

Vail Sponsors Lunch with the Locals Oct. 24

  • 23 October 2018
Vail Sponsors Lunch with the Locals Oct. 24
The Town of Vail and Eagle River Water & Sanitation District will sponsor another installment in the Lunch with the Locals series at noon on Wednesday, Oct.  24 in the Grand View, located on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to Peter Suneson of Walking Mountains Science Center discuss his experience using watersheds as a teaching tool for ecological restoration.
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