The Town of Vail Commission on Special Events is currently accepting funding requests from special event producers for 2021 events occurring in Vail. The RFP application, guidelines and accompanying information are available for submission online.
The Town of Vail Community Development Department will soon be seeking input from the business community on an update to the Sign Code in Title 11 of the Vail Town Code. Changes are needed to address removal of content-related requirements as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Reed vs Town of Gilbert. The scope of the update is not intended to include increasing sizes, locations or manner of display, but will address the way certain signs are regulated and classified. As...
Due to the Grizzly Creek Fire spread, residents are strongly encouraged to sign up for updates via text message from EC Alert. Go to www.ecalert.org to sign up. If you already have an account, be sure your location is up to date along with your subscription preferences so that you get evacuation and pre-evacuation orders as they come. You can also see updates on the EC Emergency website, http://www.ecemergency.org/2020/08/grizzly-creek-fire-update.html.
All critical businesses identified in the revised Public Health Order issued April 6 by Eagle County Public Health and Environment are required to post their social distancing protocols by 5 p.m. April 9.
Booth Heights Timeline & Approval Process
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.