The Vail Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two individuals who may have information regarding the theft of a motor vehicle and multiple bicycles that occurred during the early morning hours of Monday, April 27. The two individuals were captured on surveillance cameras at Fallridge at Vail condominiums at 1650 Fallridge Road at approximately 3:27 a.m. It appears these individuals arrived in an unknown vehicle pulling a small white enclosed cargo...
Residents are being asked to be diligent about keeping their garbage stored properly now that bear season is underway. The Vail Police Department has fielded two bear calls. One on April 20 in the 4500 block of Bighorn Road and one on April 27 in the 1400 block of Vail Valley Drive.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of April 27.
Vail Mayor Dave Chapin offers an update on the community's response to COVID-19 and is encouraging everyone to do their part in contributing to a sustained recovery.
Eagle County Public Health and Environment has updated the county’s Public Health Order regarding COVID-19 to allow for an incremental loosening of restrictions beginning Monday, April 27. Frequently Asked Questions
The Town of Vail has awarded $283,000 to 10 qualifying nonprofit organizations in its first allotment of Vail Community Relief Funds. The $500,000 fund was established by the Vail Town Council to provide local financial relief associated with COVID-19 impacts in the areas of food, shelter and health for the Vail community.
An overview of construction activity in Vail.
Starting Monday, April 27, CDOT and contract partner Elam Construction will begin a resurfacing project on I-70 from mile marker 172 to 187 through Vail. The project has an anticipated completion date of October 2020.
In anticipation of a new public health order from Eagle County that will become effective in the coming days, the Town of Vail is preparing for the next phase of sustainable social distancing that will incrementally return a number of municipal services following a shut-down caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In an update to the Town Council Tuesday, an overview of existing and upcoming services was provided by Town Manager Scott Robson.
Vail Town Manager Scott Robson briefs the Vail Town Council and the community on the town's measured approach in preparing for the next phase of sustainable social distancing.