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 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.
Working with public opinion consultants from Magellan Strategies and Summit Information Services, the Vail Town Council is initiating an online survey to understand the opinions of the town’s registered voters regarding a possible property tax ballot measure for the Nov. 3 General Election.
The resale lottery for a Vail Commons home located at 2090 Zermatt Lane, Unit A, in West Vail, will take place at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25 via a Zoom virtual meeting. This is a 927 sq. ft. two-bedroom, two-bath deed-restricted unit available for purchase at a maximum resale price of $211,820. Given the desirability of the Vail Commons homes, they rarely come up for resale.
Due to the Grizzly Creek Fire spread, residents are strongly encouraged to sign up for updates via text message from EC Alert. Go to www.ecalert.org to sign up. If you already have an account, be sure your location is up to date along with your subscription preferences so that you get evacuation and pre-evacuation orders as they come. You can also see updates on the EC Emergency website, http://www.ecemergency.org/2020/08/grizzly-creek-fire-update.html.
Over the past few months, the West Vail Master Plan project team has been analyzing existing conditions in West Vail. Three reports are available for review on the project page at www.EngageVail.com.
The 8150 Report spotlights the people, programs and events that make the Town of Vail a great place to live and visit. In partnership with KZYR and hosted by Tony Mauro, the monthly report features current topics of interest for those that live in and visit Vail.