The Colorado Department of Transportation has released recommendations to improve safety and operations on West Vail Pass on Interstate 70. Virtual public engagement will continue through Oct. 21. CDOT welcomes input on all projects and feedback is encouraged during the virtual public engagement period.
General Election ballots will be mailed on Oct. 9. Check your voter registration at GoVoteColorado.gov.
As political signs begin appearing ahead of the Nov. 3 General Election, the Vail Town Clerk’s Office is reminding campaign supporters to be mindful where these yard signs are allowed.
The Vail Town Clerk’s Office is accepting pro and con statements on Ballot Issue 2G which will appear on the Eagle County Coordinated Election ballot on Nov. 3. Ballot Issue 2G is Vail’s only election question. It asks voters to “de-Gallagher” by authorizing the Vail Town Council to adjust the town’s mill levy rate for the sole purpose of sustaining existing levels of revenue from future state-imposed reductions in residential assessed valuation rates.
The Town of Vail is hosting a “Virtual Open House” for the West Vail Master Plan. Due to COVID conditions, the Open House will be entirely virtual, found at EngageVail.com. The purpose of this Open House is to hear from the public on a vision for West Vail and understand desired conditions for housing, businesses, land use and design, and transportation facilities. The virtual open house will be open for feedback through Friday, Sept. 11.
Most Town of Vail Municipal offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7 in observance of Labor Day. The Vail Public Library also will be closed. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 8, including the library which will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Transit services will operate uninterrupted during the holiday. Also, the police front counter in the Municipal Building will remain open on Monday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 911 for police, fire or medical...
The Town of Vail is pleased to announce that businesses are now eligible to apply online for the commercial rent relief program. The program was developed by representatives from the Vail Economic Advisory Council with assistance from the Economic Development Department and supported by $1 million from the Vail Town Council The program is designed to help support and sustain local businesses as part of the town’s multiple recovery efforts in response to the public health crisis.
UPDATE: Town Council has voted unanimiously to place this property tax question on the Nov. 3 ballot.
The Vail Town Council will consider whether to move forward with a resolution to submit a ballot question to Vail’s electorate to address local impacts of the state’s Gallagher Amendment at its Tuesday, Sept. 1 meeting. The action item, Resolution No. 38, is listed as 5.2 on the virtual evening meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. with opportunities for public comment. To...
Wednesday's update on the Grizzly Creek Fire from the National Incident Management Team and U.S. Forest Service.
The Town of Vail is pleased to announce details of a commercial rent relief program following approval by the Town Council which includes authorization of $1 million to fund the program.