Public comment opportunities will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 1 and on Tuesday, Oct. 15 as the Vail Town Council reviews the proposed 2020 municipal budget. The $85.4 million expenditure plan is available by clicking here. First reading of the budget ordinance is listed as action item 5.2 on the Oct. 1 meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers.
Booth Heights Timeline & Approval Process
Town of Vail Weekly News for the Week of September 30.
An overview of construction activity in and around Vail.
The Vail Town Council will review a draft of the Civic Area Plan during its evening meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The presentation item is listed as 4.1 on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers with opportunities for public comment.
The 8150 Report is a podcast that spotlights the people, programs and events that make the Town of Vail a great place to live and visit. In partnership with KZYR and hosted by Tony Mauro, the monthly podcast features current topics of interest for those that live in and visit Vail.
The Town of Vail is hosting a seasonal job fair from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 at Donovan Pavilion. Representatives from the town’s parking, transit, police, fire and other departments will be present with information on available job openings. These include bus drivers, parking attendants, year-round emergency services dispatchers, code enforcement officers, accounting technician and early childhood educator with the Eagle Valley Child Care Association.
Get to know the candidates for Vail Town Council on Wednesday, Sept. 25 during a forum hosted by the Vail Chamber and Business Association and High Five Access Media.
Vail Public Library will open late on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 2 p.m., due to a Town of Vail All-Employee Event earlier that day. The building will be open, including the Community Room as well as the public restrooms, during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience to our customers.
The Vail Town Council has selected Scott Robson, the current executive director of the Civic Center Conservancy in Denver, known for his collaboration and innovation, to become Vail’s next town manager. Robson’s appointment will be formalized by the Town Council at an upcoming evening meeting with approval of an employment contract. His first day on the job will be Nov. 1.