An overview of major construction activity in Vail.
The Town of Vail’s Annual Community Meeting, held on March 12, is available for viewing on demand, courtesy of High Five Access Media at https://www.highfivemedia.org/show/community-meeting-2019
The Community Wildlife Forum, held on March 6 and sponsored by the Town of Vail and Vail Symposium, is available for viewing on demand, courtesy of High Five Access Media at https://www.highfivemedia.org/show/wildlife-forum-2019.
Vail’s Annual Community Meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12 at Donovan Pavilion will be headlined by a celebration recognizing noted water attorney Glenn Porzak as the recipient of the annual Trailblazer Award as well as a look back on accomplishments from 2018, an update on new initiatives and a tribute to fire Lt. Scott Bridges who is recovering from injuries he sustained while helping at an accident scene on his way to work.
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 and Vail Symposium invite the community to attend a panel discussion with wildlife biologists on the state of wildlife in the Gore Creek and Eagle River Valleys on Wednesday, March 6. The forum will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Donovan Pavilion. Doors open at 5 p.m. with the presentation beginning promptly at 5:30 p.m.
The Town of Vail and Eagle River Water & Sanitation District will sponsor another installment in the Lunch with the Locals series at noon on Wednesday, March 6 in the Grand View, located on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center. Attendees will enjoy a free lunch while listening to Bear Aware expert Thomas Griffin talk about how we can protect ourselves and wildlife from negative interactions.
The Town of Vail Environmental Sustainability Team invites artists to submit their qualifications and images of previous art work to include painting, pastel or drawing for consideration in the town-wide program to educate the public about storm drains and promote the health of Gore Creek.