The Town of Vail will issue an official proclamation of the Vail Interfaith Chapel’s iconic place in the town’s history as a historic and cultural center at its Dec. 1 evening meeting.
Voter turnout for the Nov. 3 election was 85% in Vail with a total of 3,408 votes cast.
An overview of construction actvity in Vail.
A public hearing will take place Tuesday, Dec. 1 in a virtual format as the Vail Town Council prepares to review and adopt the 2021 municipal budget. The $99.5 million expenditure plan is available here. The public hearing is listed as action item 8.1 on Tuesday's meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. via Zoom. 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...
Revely Vail, the kick-off of Vail’s welcome to the brilliance of winter, will be presented this season with a mix of stay-in family experiences and small celebrations with the utmost safety in mind. Activities begin Saturday, Nov. 28, with a virtual tree lighting which will be live streamed beginning at 4:50 p.m. to www.facebook.com/discovervailco. Hosted by Tricia Swenson, the tree lighting will feature live music, an appearance by Santa Claus and remarks from Mayor Dave Chapin.
Town of Vail municipal offices will observe the Thanksgiving holiday with closures for most in-person and virtual services on Thursday, Nov. 26, with limited assistance on Friday, Nov. 27. Please call ahead to confirm available services at 970-479-2100.
The 8150 Report is a podcast that spotlights the people, programs and events that make the Town of Vail a great place to live and visit. In partnership with KZYR and hosted by Tony Mauro, the monthly podcast features current topics of interest for those that live in and visit Vail.
An overview of construction activity in Vail.
The Vail Police Department has been notified that Ronald James Braden, 55, died by suicide today (11-21) in Arizona as law enforcement officers were attempting to contact him. Braden had been a fugitive since Nov. 13 after he cut off his court ordered GPS monitoring device.
Paid parking in Vail’s parking structures and outlying lots will coincide with the start of Vail Mountain’s 2020-2021 ski and snowboard season, which is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20. Parking passes are available for in-person purchase from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday on the lower level of the Vail Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Road. Bring proof of eligibility as restrictions apply.