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Street Sweeping, Cinder Pick Up Schedule Announced

  • 18 April 2021
Street Sweeping, Cinder Pick Up Schedule Announced

Street sweeping operations will be getting underway in Vail beginning Monday, April 19 and will continue through June 11, weather permitting. Crews will be working eight hours each day, five days a week to complete the sweeping which includes curbside cinder pick up. Residents are asked to rake the cinders from their yards into the right-of-way and to call the public works department at 970-479-2158 when ready for pick up, then allow a few days for completion.     

Invitation to Bid - Vail 2021 Overlay

  • 16 April 2021
Invitation to Bid - Vail 2021 Overlay

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK
A 1.5” mill and asphalt overlay on Westhaven Dr, Vail View Dr and Red Sandstone Rd, approximately 1,550 Tons asphalt.

Weekly Construction Update, April 19

  • 16 April 2021
Weekly Construction Update, April 19

An overview of construction activity in Vail. 

Town Council to Review Recommendations for 2021 Summer Parking Program at Tuesday’s Meeting

  • 16 April 2021
Town Council to Review Recommendations for 2021 Summer Parking Program at Tuesday’s Meeting
The Vail Town Council will review recommendations for the 2021 summer parking program during its Tuesday, April 20 meeting. The action item is listed as 5.1 on the virtual evening meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. with opportunities for public comment. To register to provide public comment during the meeting, visit www.vailgov.com/town-council or to provide public input prior to the meeting, email publicinput.vailtowncouncil@vailgov.com.

Vail Issues Reminder on Flood Insurance

  • 14 April 2021
Vail Issues Reminder on Flood Insurance
With the snowmelt season beginning, the Town of Vail is issuing its annual reminder to area property owners to review their current insurance policies and consider adding flood insurance to the coverage. As of April 14, Vail snowpack levels are at 52% of normal, while Copper Mountain, which is indicative of the Vail Pass area, is at 71% of normal as shown on Eagle River Water & Sanitation District's snow water equivalent graphs. Gore Creek has seen the beginning of...

Gore Valley Trail through Dowd Junction to Open April 16, Weather Permitting

  • 13 April 2021
Gore Valley Trail through Dowd Junction to Open April 16, Weather Permitting
The Gore Valley Trail through Dowd Junction will be reopened for a new season by 5 p.m. April 16, weather permitting. Users are advised to use extreme caution during or after additional snowstorms due to snowplowing activity on Interstate 70. In addition to sweeping, cleaning and other repairs, reopening the trail requires the installation of a fabric screen near the Mud Springs Gulch wildlife underpass. The screen hides trail users from migrating deer and elk and allows the trail to remain...

Spring Bus Service Begins April 12 in Vail

  • 10 April 2021
Spring Bus Service Begins April 12 in Vail

Town of Vail buses have transitioned to the spring schedule effective Monday, April 12 as originally scheduled with public health requirements continuing. This includes a 20-person rider capacity and mask requirement for all passengers as required by the state. Free parking is vailable in the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures to coincide with reductions in bus service prior to implementation of the summer bus schedule. 

Free Public Parking has Returned

  • 9 April 2021
Free Public Parking has Returned

Free public parking has returned to the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures as of 10 p.m. Sunday, April 11. All parking pass holders are asked to retain their cards for use during the summer season.

Construction Begins April 12 for South Frontage Road Roundabout Project

  • 7 April 2021
Construction Begins April 12 for South Frontage Road Roundabout Project

Phase 1 construction of the South Frontage Road Roundabout has begun effective April 12 as crews mobilize on site this first week with limited work beginning with construction survey staking, traffic control setup and asphalt removal. The following weeks will ramp up with major construction which will generally be taking place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday with the option to work seven days a week as necessary.

New Battery Electric Buses Set to Debut in Vail as Zero-Emissions Era Begins

  • 6 April 2021
New Battery Electric Buses Set to Debut in Vail as Zero-Emissions Era Begins
Vail is embarking on a new era in its zero-emissions goals with introduction of its first-ever battery electric buses. The Vail Town Council received a preview of the operations during a behind-the-scenes tour prior to the start of the April 6 virtual meeting. The tour included a visit to the bus barn, a test ride and an overview from Fleet Manager Jeff Darnall, Public Works and Transportation Director Greg Hall, Parking and Transit Manager Mike Rose and Director of Environmental...
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