The civic planning area represents approximately 10 acres to include the Lionshead parking structure, Dobson Ice Arena, Vail Public Library, East Lionshead Circle, West Meadow Drive and properties west of the Vail Health medical center, as well as the existing municipal complex on South Frontage Road.
The Vail Town Council will begin a detailed review of the draft update to the Comprehensive Open Lands Plan during its regular meeting on Tuesday, July 3. The focus of Tuesday’s discussion will be the topic of environmentally sensitive lands with other sections of the draft plan scheduled to be reviewed by the Town Council later in the summer.
Ten town-sponsored maintenance and construction projects will be getting underway this spring with additional projects taking place later in the year. The activities include numerous street and park maintenance commitments, water quality improvements and construction of a new parking structure, representing nearly $24 million in budgeted public improvements extending from West Vail to East Vail. The projects are being announced in advance to help community members plan ahead for possible...
Anyone renting their Vail property, or seeking to rent a property in Vail, for less than a consecutive thirty-day period should be aware of the town’s requirements for short-term rentals.
The Vail Town Council has voted 5-2 (Langmaid and Mason against) to approve second reading of an ordinance to rezone a 23.3-acre parcel of land owned by Vail Resorts.
The Intermountain Fuels Reduction project was initiated in 2013 when a feasibility study and environmental analysis provided the authorization to move forward with the work. The last phase of the project will be the burning of slash piles left over from logging operations. Pile burning will occur when conditions are favorable and should be complete by the winter of 2018-19. Additional details on the environmental assessment can be found at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=44884.
Vail Town Council and Eagle County School District have entered into an agreement to construct a parking structure as a part of the Red Sandstone Elementary School renovation. Red Sandstone Elementary School desires additional parking and improved access via a one-way circulating road system. The town desires additional permanent parking spaces close to a base village.
Join in the update of Vail's 1994 Comprehensive Open Lands Plan and help shape the future of the plan by taking part in the conversation.