The Town of Vail Department of Public Works is seeking a qualified contractor to provide Tree Pest Services for the 2021 growing season. The Contractor shall be licensed with the Colorado Department of Agriculture as a commercial pesticide applicator, and all personnel applying pesticides through this contract must be licensed by the Colorado Department of Agriculture as a Qualified Supervisor, Certified Operator or Documented Technician.
The Town of Vail will host its annual Community Meeting in a fast-paced virtual format on Tuesday, March 30, with airings at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Typically held at Donovan Pavilion, the 2021 meeting is being presented virtually to comply with public health protocols around public gatherings. Full-time and part-time residents, business owners, property owners, employees and others interested in learning about the town’s challenges and accomplishments are encouraged to take part....
At 5:43 a.m. on March 29, the Vail Police Department received a 911 call about a suicidal person. A description of the subject and his vehicle was provided to officers and a search was initiated. The vehicle was located at 7:11 a.m. on I-70 at mile marker 187 on Vail Pass parked on the shoulder of the westbound lanes, approximately 5 miles east of Vail.
The development review process for the planned housing development on town-owned land at Lot 3, Middle Creek, located at 129 North Frontage Road West, will begin with a conceptual hearing before the Design Review Board on April 7 and an introductory hearing before the Planning and Environmental Commission on April 12. These virtual meetings are regularly livestreamed on High Five Access Media at www.highfivemedia.org with opportunities for public comment. Registration to participate in the...
A recap of construction activity in Vail.
Town of Vail is pleased to recognize the first businesses to earn the State of Colorado's "5 Star" Certified Business Program in Vail. The program was adopted by Eagle County in mid-February and is designed for responsible businesses that are following public health guidance and going above and beyond to prioritize the health and safety of their staff and customers. Businesses that opt to apply for the “5 Star” certification are eligible for less...
An overview of construction activity in Vail.
Vail businesses are invited to apply for relief through the Grant Award Program (GAP), which provides direct aid to businesses experiencing hardship due to the public health crisis from now until March 31. 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 will offer Vail businesses grants ranging from $5,000 to $15,000.
On March 10, a male party was observed driving a white panel van into the West Vail Shell gas station at approximately 10:56 p.m. The van pulled up to the gas pump colliding with the rear of an Audi fueling at the gas pumps resulting in damage.
Looking for a free and easy way to take climate action? The Town of Vail has partnered with the Climate Action Collaborative and Eagle County Government to host an LED bulb swap at the Vail Public Library the entire month of March. All Eagle County residents are invited to save money and cut climate pollution by exchanging two inefficient old-tech lightbulbs for two high-efficiency LEDs.