Vail’s weekly construction meetings begin Tuesday |

Vail’s weekly construction meetings begin Tuesday

Vail Daily staff report
Vail, CO Colorado

VAIL – Starting Tuesday, the town of Vail will begin hosting weekly construction meetings to review upcoming project schedules. Neighbors, contractors and others impacted by the construction are invited to participate.

The meetings will be held at 9 a.m. each Tuesday beginning next week in the community room of the Vail Public Library. Free parking for the first 90 minutes will be available in the Lionshead structure. After April 18, daily parking will be free for the remainder of the meetings.

The town is helping to coordinate activities at six commercial construction sites within the town as well as various street and utility projects, including improvements to East Meadow Drive, South Frontage Road and Lionshead Place.

The street projects will signal the start of the spring construction season, during which contractors can work within the public right-of-way in Vail Village and Lionshead from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week between April 15 and June 25, with the exception of the Teva Mountain Games scheduled for June 3-6.

Commercial construction projects include Solaris, Ritz-Carlton Residences, Four Seasons, Vail Mountain Lodge unit remodel, First Chair and Ramshorn.

To view a map of the 2010 projects or for other construction related information, visit the town’s Web site at Weekly construction updates will again be distributed by the town. To sign up for the e-mail updates, visit the town’s Web site and click on “town services,” then “Vail-mail” subscriptions.

For more information, contact Leonard Sandoval in the Public Works Department at 970-479-2198 or

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