Crews hired by the Town of Vail will begin the 2016 overlay project starting Wednesday, June 1. Milling of the existing asphalt on Chamonix Lane, Buffehr Creek Road and the western half of Lions Ridge Loop will occur throughout the week. Paving will begin Thursday, June 2. Single-lane traffic will be maintained at all times during prep work and the overlays; however, motorists should expect delays.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of May 30.
Vail and Eagle County have joined with seven other Colorado communities, from large to small and east to west, to push for more action to tackle climate change at the state and federal levels. Colorado Communities for Climate Action (CC4CA) is this state’s first consortium to represent municipalities and counties in advocating state and federal actions providing the authorities with tools and policy frameworks that communities need to reduce heat-trapping emissions to meet local...
A recap of existing construction activity and a look ahead to the summer projects.
A 26-year-old man is in police custody this evening after allegedly attacking the driver of a Greyhound bus while the vehicle was traveling eastbound on Interstate 70 through Vail. The incident occurred at approximately 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 26 at mile marker 173.
Vail's kick off to summer includes the upcoming GoPro Mountain Games and the debut of Epic Discovery on Vail Mountain. In this edition of Vail Mail, see what's happening in the neighborhoods and learn more about the proposal for KAABOO-VAIL.
Managed parking operations are returning for a new season in Vail and are being implemented for commencement ceremonies at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Ford Park, which will continue with Friday’s Vail Mountain School graduation. Battle Mountain ceremonies were held on May 21. Parking options for Friday’s VMS event include free, close-in parking in the Ford Park lot on South Frontage Road as well as the soccer field lot on Vail Valley Drive. Additional free parking will be...
Town of Vail buses will transition from the spring schedule to the summer schedule beginning Memorial Day, May 30. The summer schedule will provide free 40-minute to one-hour service on most outlying routes during peak times and one-to-two hour service on most outlying routes during non-peak times. New this summer will be adjustments to the West Vail Red and Green routes to accommodate construction of the I-70 Vail underpass.