A recap of construction projects in and around the town.
The Gore Range Narcotics Interdiction Team has been named Task Force of the Year by the Colorado Drug Investigators Association for Region 1. The award was presented earlier this month to Eagle County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Dan Loya and Vail Police Department Cmdr. Craig Bettis by association President Aaron Sanchez.
Officers from the Vail Police Department as well as personnel from other area law enforcement agencies will be serving tables at Lancelot restaurant in Vail Village Friday, Sept. 30 as part of the national Tip A Cop program. Officers will use the outing to help serve the restaurant’s dining patrons and to solicit voluntary donations to support programs sponsored by Colorado Special Olympics. Other participating agencies include the Avon and Eagle police departments, Eagle County...
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of September 19.
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of September 26.
A recap of construction activity in and around Vail.
The Town of Vail will sponsor the fifth in a series of lunch and learn symposiums at noon Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to a presentation about beavers and the habitat they create.
Catholic Charities and the Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Advisory Committee are sponsoring their 6th Annual Fall Coat Drive. Over the last several years, this coat drive has distributed over 3,500 coats to kids and families in need. Coats are being collected through Oct. 31 at the Vail Police Department and other locations throughout the county.
The underpass at the Vail Town Center roundabout interchange will be returned to its original single lane configuration on Thursday, Sept. 22 in preparation for winter operations. The two lane northbound lane configuration worked well for the high volume summer months; however, it will now need to be returned to a single lane northbound lane configuration to allow for safe winter maintenance operations. Workers will be removing signage and striping on Thursday morning, so please use caution...
Comments and suggestions from the 2016 Town of Vail neighborhood picnics have been compiled and are being evaluated by the Town Council and staff. Comments have been sorted into the categories of neighborhoods, enforcement, recreation paths/trailheads, housing, Vail’s future and compliments. The picnics were held on July 12 at Bighorn Park and on Aug. 9 at Donovan Park and are used as a community outreach measure to connect with residents and guests.