Lottery applications for the resale of a home at Vail Commons are due to the Town of Vail by 3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 18. Upload applications to https://vail.sharefile.com/r-radbb0bae3ae414f9 or schedule an appointment to drop off Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at 75 S. Frontage Rd. W., West building.
Located in Vail’s newest neighborhood for families, a Chamonix Vail Townhome is available for-sale to a qualified buyer. The 1,581 square feet, three-bedroom, three-bath, two car garage home is located at 2387 Lower Traverse Way Unit B, in West Vail. The deed-restricted home is available for purchase with a maximum resale purchase price of $619,364. This home was initially offered through the town’s resale lottery application process and has since been modified to allow interested buyers additional time to participate. Offers for purchase are now being accepted on a first-come basis.
An update on the Vail Town Council’s alternative housing sites initiative, the development of deed-restricted housing and a new future location for the child learning facility will be presented by Town Manager Scott Robson during the Tuesday, Aug. 4 Town Council meeting. The presentation is listed as 6.1 on the evening meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. The meeting will take place in an online format and will be live streamed at www.HighFiveMedia.org/live-five. This update will be informational only with no action being requested of the Town Council.
The Vail Town Council is inviting community members to offer public comment on a draft memorandum of understanding document that outlines a series of steps between the town, Vail Resorts and Triumph Development that will determine future ownership and use of the Booth Heights property in East Vail while addressing the community priorities of housing and wildlife protection. If implemented as drafted, the Town of Vail will obtain the title to the Booth Heights parcel in the future. The draft MOU is the result of nearly six months of review and consideration by the Vail Town Council.
An overview of the Vail Town Council’s alternative housing sites initiative to the Booth Heights housing development approved for East Vail will be presented during the council’s Tuesday, July 7 evening meeting. The item is listed as 5.2 on the meeting agenda which begins at 6 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers with social distancing protocols in place. The meeting will be live streamed at www.highfivemedia.org/live-five.
Building on a three decades long partnership, the Town of Vail and Children’s Garden of Learning are pleased to confirm substantial progress in moving towards identifying a new location for CGL as the town continues to fulfill various community goals, including increasing the number of resident-occupied, deed-restricted homes in Vail.
The second allotment of funding assistance from the Vail Community Relief Fund has been awarded by the Town of Vail following Town Council’s authorization of $500,000 in grant funding on March 31. The allocations are providing direct relief to front line households in the areas of food, shelter and health impacts associated with the pandemic. On March 31, $283,000 was awarded to ten qualifying nonprofit organizations by the Community Relief Fund Committee. The latest distribution by the committee, totaling $92,000, was anounced on June 16.
The Town of Vail is ready to launch a comprehensive master plan process for the West Vail area. Details are available on the EngageVail.com community engagement portal with opportunities to register for project updates. The intent of this plan is to envision planning, zoning and design options as well as transportation infrastructure, housing and economic development for the West Vail area. The planning process is expected to take between 12 and 18 months, with adoption by the Town Council in the spring/summer of 2021.
Environmental sustainability efforts have been identified as Vail’s highest priorities for action according to respondents who took part in the Town of Vail community survey which was circulated during the spring. The survey findings were presented to the Town Council on June 16 by the research firm RRC Associates which also included an overview of department and service ratings as well as comments associated with the public health crisis.
Another update on the town’s efforts to explore an alternative path to the approved Booth Heights development in East Vail will be presented to the Vail Town Council during its afternoon meeting on Tuesday, June 2. The item is listed as 1.4 on the meeting agenda which begins at 3 p.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers with social distancing protocols in place. The meeting will be live streamed at www.highfivemedia.org/live-five.
Limited public access to the Vail Municipal building, Vail Public Library and other town offices and facilities will be available beginning Monday, June 1 as part of a phased plan to provide restricted in-person services to customers and guests. The transition will require members of the public and employees to wear face coverings and adhere to social distancing as well as occupancy requirements when conducting business in the buildings.
An update on the town’s efforts to explore an alternative path to the approved Booth Heights development in East Vail will be presented to the Vail Town Council during its afternoon meeting on Tuesday, May 19. The item is listed as 2.1 on the virtual meeting agenda which begins at 1:45 p.m. The meeting will be live streamed at www.highfivemedia.org/live-five.
Lottery applications for the resale of a home at Chamonix Vail are due to the Town of Vail Housing Department, 75 S. Frontage Road, by 10 a.m. Monday, May 18. The 1,581 square feet, three-bedroom, three-bath, two car garage home is located at 2387 Lower Traverse Way Unit B, in West Vail.
The Town of Vail is seeking volunteers from the community to serve on an advisory panel that will be used to help shape the planning process for the West Vail Master Plan which is being launched this spring. The intent of the master plan is to envision planning, zoning and design options as well as transportation infrastructure, housing and economic development for West Vail. The study area is approximately 262 acres and is bordered by West Gore Creek Drive to the south, Cortina Lane and Garmisch Drive to the north, Buffehr Creek Road to the east and Arosa Drive to the west. The plan will also consider connections from West Vail to local destinations outside of the project area and West Vail’s role within the town.
The Town of Vail has taken immediate measures to implement the Standing Public Health Order Related to Events, Bars and Restaurants issued by Eagle County Department of Health & Environment and recommendations from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our community. Frequently Asked Questions page. We have adjusted our protocols to emphasize social distancing practices in our day-to-day municipal operations and have canceled public gatherings according to the standing order. We ask that you conduct business with the Town of Vail via phone and/or online services. Look for Vail Transit to return operations Monday, May 5. This information will be updated as new announcements are made.