The Town of Vail’s Environmental Sustainability Team invites artists to submit their qualifications and images of previous artwork such as painting, pastel and drawing for consideration in the town-wide program to educate the public about storm drains and promote the health of Gore Creek. The selected artists will be commissioned to create an original and specific work depicting one of six Colorado wildlife species that live in or near Gore Creek, such as cutthroat trout, bald eagle, moose, American dipper, boreal toad, American beaver or other species.
An overview of major construction activity in Vail.
Notice is hereby given that one vacancy exists on the Vail Local Housing Authority. Letters of interest, which include resume and background, are currently being accepted for this position. This appointment is a partial term and will expire May 31, 2022. The Vail Local Housing Authority has its regular meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. and special meetings as needed.
Town of Vail’s Environmental Sustainability Team is accepting proposals for a neighborhood-based electric assist bike share pilot program to be implemented during the Summer of 2020. The goal of the pilot program is to determine community interest, level of participation, and feasibility of implementing a full-scale electric bike share program in Vail as a micro-mobility option for residents and employees that will reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles traveling in town during non-snow months.
The Town of Vail, Colorado in Eagle County is soliciting innovative solutions for green commuting to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles traveling through town as residents commute to and from work and while running errands. Town of Vail is accepting proposals for a neighborhood-based electric assist bike share pilot program to be implemented for no less than six weeks and up to four months during the Summer of 2020.
The Town of Vail was awarded full funding CDOT FASTER FACILITES grant for the electrical system upgrades required for installation of electric bus chargers in anticipation of converting the town’s bus fleet from diesel to battery electric buses award number 020133 in May 2019.
Pass-holder access to discount parking in the soccer field lot and the parking structures in Vail Village and Lionshead will be restricted next month for Pink, Green, Blue and Value card holders. These restrictions will last anywhere from three-weeks at the soccer field to one day in the parking structures. Parking pass holders are asked to plan ahead to avoid inconveniences.
As part of the I-70 Vail Pass Auxiliary Lane study, the Colorado Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13 to explain the project’s noise analysis process and share the results. The meeting will be held at the Vail Golf & Nordic Clubhouse, 1775 Sunburst Drive, and will be focused specifically on traffic noise in East Vail. The meeting will begin with a brief presentation at 5:30 p.m. followed by an open house until 7 p.m. Residents and property owners of East Vail are encouraged to attend.
The Town of Vail is seeking community members to fill five vacancies on the Art in Public Places Board. Applications are due to the town by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21. Send letters of interest and experience to: Vail Town Council, Attn. Tammy Nagel, Town Clerk, 75 S. Frontage Rd., Vail, CO 81657 by mail or in person, or e-mail to email@example.com.