If you love the outdoors and enjoy sharing your passion with others, the Town of Vail invites you to apply to become a volunteer trail host this summer. Working in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, the Vail Trail Host program is a new initiative that will provide helpful information and resources at busy East Vail trailheads in an effort to improve the overall guest experience and help lay the groundwork for future improvements.
Crews hired by the Town of Vail will begin an annual street maintenance project beginning Monday, June 3. The slurry seal work will be taking place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Wednesday, June 5, as weather conditions permit. Slurry seal creates a new wearing surface and seals the asphalt to prevent the damaging effects of water intrusion into the pavement. Roads will be treated one lane at a time to allow for single-lane traffic to be maintained at all times; however, motorists should...
Last week’s spring snow storm caused significant damage to trees throughout Vail. Crews from the Public Works and Fire departments have been working since the May 21 storm to ensure streets are clear and trees that fell in the creek have been removed to prevent flooding. Property owners are encouraged to inspect their trees for damage and work with qualified tree service contractors to remove trees or branches that are a danger to private property or the public.
Following the application process for the resale of a Vail Commons home located at 2094 Zermatt Lane Unit A in West Vail, a 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath, the 31 applicants were provided 1 ticket for each qualifying category. During a lottery drawing on May 29, the name of Christofer M. Desseauve was drawn first and will be given the opportunity to purchase the home for $191,820.
The Town of Vail, in partnership with High Five Access Media, is expanding its regular video recordings of board and commission meetings with the addition of Vail Local Housing Authority proceedings. The Vail Local Housing Authority meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers. The public is welcome to attend and participate in the meetings.
Entries for Vail’s annual Fourth of July parade are currently being accepted by event organizers and are due by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 17, unless it fills up sooner. As part of Vail America Days™, the 2019 parade will start at Golden Peak at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 4 and will wind its way through Vail Village, ending in Lionshead. The theme for the parade is “A Tribute to the 10th Mountain Division” providing guests and participants with the opportunity to celebrate...
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of May 27.
Vail Fire and Emergency Services will again provide a free curbside chipping service to assist property owners with defensible space on private property. The service will be available beginning Tuesday, May 28 and will extend to Oct. 10.