If you live in East Vail or travel to the neighborhood regularly, stop by the Vail Police Department front counter and pick up a free East Vail Vehicle Access Permit or locate the fluorescent hangtag you were given in previous years.
The Colorado Department of Revenue Liquor and Tobacco Enforcement Division, with the assistance of the Vail Police Department, conducted compliance checks of 59 Vail businesses with liquor licenses over the recent holidays. The checks were conducted at bars, restaurants, retail liquor stores, grocery stores and gas stations.
New Year's Eve in Vail will include bus service enhancements and the presence of police and fire personnel to ensure that a safe and fun atmosphere is provided for residents and guests. For the seventh consecutive year, the town will be rescinding an overnight curfew and eliminating late-night checkpoints in Vail Village due to the long-term success of its public safety campaign. Police Chief Dwight Henninger says additional foot patrols in the pedestrian areas will be used to maintain a...
Partnerships and collaboration in the areas of housing, environmental sustainability, parking, economy and public safety were key contributors in helping to elevate the town’s priority initiatives during 2018. For example, in partnership with the Vail Local Housing Authority, the town continued to make an impact on its housing goals with the acquisition of 106 new deed restrictions totaling $6.5 million of public and private investments through the Vail InDEED program. This included...
With peak season parking restrictions in place Dec. 21 through Jan. 2 for Blue and Green parking passes, as well as peak rate pricing for Value cards, the Town of Vail offers the following tips and reminders when it comes to getting to your Vail destination.
If you'll be entertaining guests in Vail this holiday season, add the Vail Police Department to your holiday checklist. The department is available to help coordinate on-street parking for overflow guests.
The Town of Vail is introducing the first stages of a master planning process that will rely heavily on community engagement to determine how best to incorporate community needs and goals in preparing for future improvements to town-owned properties in the heart of Vail. To learn more about the Civic Area Master Plan process, the town is hosting a community open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 in the Grand View on the third level of the Lionshead Welcome Center.
Public comment opportunities will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 4 as the Vail Town Council prepares to adopt the 2019 municipal budget. The $73.3 million expenditure plan is available on the town’s website at www.vailgov.com. Second reading of Ordinance No. 21 is listed as item 8.3 on Tuesday’s meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers.