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Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 30

  • 29 November 2020
Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 30

An overview of construction actvity in Vail. 

Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 24

  • 24 November 2020
Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 24

An overview of construction activity in Vail.

Paid Parking Begins Nov. 20 with Scheduled Opening of Vail Mountain

  • 16 November 2020
Paid Parking Begins Nov. 20 with Scheduled Opening of Vail Mountain

Paid parking in Vail’s parking structures and outlying lots will coincide with the start of Vail Mountain’s 2020-2021 ski and snowboard season, which is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20. Parking passes are available for in-person purchase from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday on the lower level of the Vail Municipal Building, 75 S. Frontage Road. Bring proof of eligibility as restrictions apply.

Vail Transit Passengers: Expect Possibility of Delays, Capacity Challenges during Winter Season; Plan Ahead, Be Patient

  • 16 November 2020
Vail Transit Passengers: Expect Possibility of Delays, Capacity Challenges during Winter Season; Plan Ahead, Be Patient

Adjustments to Vail Transit operations to accommodate the state’s reduced capacity protocols will mean the possibility of delays and other challenges for passengers this winter as the town prepares to redirect its resources on a daily basis to provide the highest service delivery possible.

Invitation to Bid - Ford Park Playground Landscape Renovation

  • 12 November 2020

Brief Description of Work

The project generally consists of the reconstruction and expansion of an existing boulder wall, replacement of an existing 2-rail split rail fence with a 3-rail spilt rail fence with wire mesh, soil preparation, planting trees and shrubs, sodding and irrigation.

Invitation to Bid - Donovan Pavilion Remodel

  • 11 November 2020
Brief Description of Work The proposed addition will be approximately 610 square feet and will consist of expanding the existing kitchen, expanding the existing storage room and the addition of an office / bride’s room. The project will entail replacement of the existing air handler, relocating and or replacing the existing snowmelt boiler and condensing unit. The work will be done in accordance with the plans by TAB and Associates dated  9-11-2020.  

Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 9

  • 7 November 2020
Weekly Construction Update, Nov. 9

An overview of construction activity in Vail. 

Town of Vail Pioneers Municipal-wide Installation of Synexis BioDefense System

  • 4 November 2020
Town of Vail Pioneers Municipal-wide Installation of Synexis BioDefense System
The Town of Vail is adding to its arsenal of public protections by becoming the first municipality in the nation to comprehensively install a state-of-the-art microbial reduction system in occupied spaces throughout its public facilities and buses. Installation of the Synexis’ patented Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP™) technology was completed earlier this month in advance of the start of the 2020-2021 ski season. The continuous, chemical-free system complements the town’s...

Winter Snow Removal Operations Begin Nov. 9

  • 4 November 2020
Winter Snow Removal Operations Begin Nov. 9
The Town of Vail will soon be transitioning to its winter snow removal operations. As such, no on-street parking will be available within the town beginning Monday, Nov. 9 and continuing through April 18. Throughout the winter season, the Public Works Department is prepared to maintain Vail’s frontage roads and residential streets in a timely manner during and following each snowstorm. However, for efficient snow removal operations on Vail’s streets, residents and homeowners are...

Seasonal Closure of Gore Valley Recreation Trail at Dowd Junction Scheduled for Nov. 9

  • 4 November 2020
Seasonal Closure of Gore Valley Recreation Trail at Dowd Junction Scheduled for Nov. 9

The seasonal closure of the Gore Valley Recreation Trail through Dowd Junction is scheduled for early in the day on Monday, Nov. 9. The trail is closed during the first snowstorms of the season, which typically triggers deer and elk migration through the Mud Springs wildlife underpass which crosses under the trail.

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