Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of December 31.
A recap of major construction activity in Vail.
New Year's Eve in Vail will include bus service enhancements and the presence of police and fire personnel to ensure that a safe and fun atmosphere is provided for residents and guests. For the seventh consecutive year, the town will be rescinding an overnight curfew and eliminating late-night checkpoints in Vail Village due to the long-term success of its public safety campaign. Police Chief Dwight Henninger says additional foot patrols in the pedestrian areas will be used to maintain a...
Most Town of Vail municipal offices will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 1 in observance of the New Year’s Day holiday and will reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Customers of the parking sales office are being reminded to plan ahead and take care of any last minute parking business in advance of Tuesday’s closure.
On this edition of the the 8150 Report we hear from Vail Fire Chief Mark Novak on how there is no such thing as a fire season anymore, the community is beginning to weigh-in on Vail's Civic Area Plan, a great new event in coming to Town this Spring, it's called Campsight and Vail Monopoly is now on shelves around Vail! The Voices of Vail begin now!
Partnerships and collaboration in the areas of housing, environmental sustainability, parking, economy and public safety were key contributors in helping to elevate the town’s priority initiatives during 2018. For example, in partnership with the Vail Local Housing Authority, the town continued to make an impact on its housing goals with the acquisition of 106 new deed restrictions totaling $6.5 million of public and private investments through the Vail InDEED program. This included...
The Town of Vail and Eagle River Water & Sanitation District will sponsor another installment in the Lunch with the Locals series at noon Tuesday, Jan. 8 in the Grand View, located on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to renowned aquatic entomologist Dave Rees discuss the aquatic insects of Gore Creek and what they can tell us about the creek’s health. Rees will offer an update on Gore Creek aquatic health based on...
Free curbside collection of discarded Christmas trees will take place in Vail Dec. 26 through Jan. 31. Trees must be free of lights, tinsel, ornaments, stands and plastic wrapping. Also, trees should be left whole; do not cut trees into sections. Trees should be placed at the side of the road so as not to block the roadway.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of December 24.
An update on major construction activity in Vail.