Due to road conditions and increasing safety issues, the Town of Vail will be closing its non-essential offices at 3 p.m. today, Feb. 7. The Vail Public Library will remain open today until 6 p.m.
All short-term rental registrations in the Town of Vail will expire on Feb. 28. Anyone can register or renew online at vailgov.com/short-term-rental-license-applications
Vail Mayor Dave Chapin announced today that the Town of Vail has approached representatives from Vail Resorts and Triumph Development to explore an alternative approach to the Booth Heights housing development planned for East Vail.
Collaboration and partnerships across the county contributed to an eventful year for the Town of Vail in 2019.
Enjoy a recap in this Year in Review.
The Vail Town Council will review a resolution adopting the Civic Area Plan during its regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5. Resolution No. 41 is listed as 6.1 on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers with opportunities for public comment. The item had been previously scheduled for review at the Oct. 15 Town Council meeting but was continued following a review by the Planning and Environmental Commission that called for minor modifications to the plan...
Season parking passes are available for purchase on the lower level of the Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Road. Paid parking in the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures begins Friday, Nov. 15.
The Vail Town Council will review a resolution adopting the Civic Area Plan during its regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Public comment opportunities will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 15 as the Vail Town Council prepares to adopt the 2020 municipal budget. The $85.5 million expenditure plan is available here. The ordinance is listed as public hearing item 3.1 on the meeting agenda which begins at an early start time of 5:30 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers. The budget received preliminary approval following a Town Council review on Oct. 1.
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.
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.