Welcome to EagleVail, Colorado...
Live, Play, Relax...... ENJOY.
EagleVail is a multi-faceted mountain community located in the heart of the Eagle River Valley in Eagle County, just minutes from world-class skiing in Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado. Home to approximately 4000 residents, EagleVail's amenities include the EagleVail Golf Club, Willow Creek Par 3, EagleVail Swimming Pool, EagleVail Pavilion, tennis courts, sports fields, community parks, open space and EagleVail Trails for both hiking and biking. Quality waters are nearby for fishing, white water rafting and kayaking.
NEWS AND INFORMATION:
May Newsletter Released!
The May edition of the EagleVail Quarterly Newsletter has just been released. Stay up to date on all the latest news and happenings in EagleVail! May 2015 EagleVail Quarterly
Ice Cream Social at West Park on May 21 from 6:30-7:30pm!
Fundraiser for Nepal to be held at the EagleVail Pavilion and Par 3 Course
EagleVail Pool Openings and Pass Sale
The Pool will have it's Soft Opening on May 16 and 17 from 12-8pm. The Grand Opening Weekend will take place on Friday, May 22 from 4-8pm and then will be open daily from 10am-8pm starting Saturday, May 23. Come on out and enjoy the new Pavilion Park Playground and the opening of the EagleVail Pool! Everyone is invited to celebrate at our Grand Opening Party on May 24 from 2-4pm. There will be ice cream to enjoy and the Pool will be offering 50% off the daily rates (don't miss the Grand Opening Pass Special going on as well! Get your 2015 passes at 2013 rates, May 16- Memorial day only. The Playground should be open for use prior to the Grand Opening - due to weather there have been some unexpected delays. We appreciate your patience and will let you know when it's ready to go!
Community Clubhouse Meetings Set
Zehren and Associates, an Avon architectural and design firm has been selected by the EV Board of Governors to lead the community through a master plan process for a new or improved Community Clubhouse. The process is intended to gather community input and feedback to inform the selection of a preferred site. A focused community survey will be part of the process, along with two public meetings to be held on May 28 from 5:30 to 7pm at the Homestake Peak School auditorium and May 30 from 9 to 10:30am at the EagleVail Pavilion.
EagleVail to get Pump Track in Pavilion Park
EagleVail’s Board of Governors voted last week to partner with the Cycle Effect, a local non-profit organization that works to mentor and educate young women through mountain biking, to build a “pump track” in Pavilion Park. The track, available to all who use the park, will cost around $7,000 to construct, $5,000 of which will be covered by Cycle Effect and its donors. EagleVail will cover the remainder. It is seen as a use in keeping with the type of active and emerging recreational activities expressed by the community during the Master Plan process. If successful, a second pump track may be considered for West Park.
To learn more about the Cycle Effect, its programs and how to help fund the pump track, go to www.thecycleeffect.org.
Wikipedia calls a pump track “a small bike track, built using as little as 10 x 30 feet of land, and is a looping trail system of dirt berms and “rollers” (smooth dirt mounds for pumping) designed for bicycling without the rider pedaling. The name comes from the pumping motion used by the cyclist's upper and lower body as they ride around the track. The purpose of a pump track is to use this pumping motion to maintain speed around the track without pedaling.”
For a short video to get a better idea on what a pump track is, click on this link:
Click here to read more on the EV Pump Track.
Dates set for EV Community Clubhouse Evaluation Process and Public Input
In an effort to hear from homeowners and residents on the issue of renovating or replacing the existing clubhouse, the EagleVail Board of Governors (EVBOG) has set aside several dates and times for that purpose.
The clubhouse options being evaluated include providing some basic replacement at the existing clubhouse, remodeling the existing clubhouse and building a new multi-purpose clubhouse on a lot adjacent to the new swimming pool. Staff and consultants are developing detailed cost estimates for the three options. A committee of homeowners has been tasked with analyzing these details and providing a recommendation to the EVBOG.
The dates that have been set for homeowners and residents to learn about the options and to provide input are:
The flood mitigation project for Stone Creek has been completed and sent to FEMA for approval. For more information on this project, click here: www.eaglecounty.us/Engineering/Floodplain_Mapping/
I-70 @ EagleVail Bridges road work update: click here for information.
I-70 @ Brush Creek Bridges road work update: click here for more information.
Landlords: Keep Your Neighbors Happy with EagleVail’s “Rental Tool Kit”
In an effort to provide information and “tools” for property owners who choose to rent out their homes, EagleVail’s Property Rental Committee, chaired by Jane Ross, has developed a list of helpful hints to maintain good relationships with your neighbors! Click here for more information.
EagleVail Community Survey Results are IN!!
For the 2014 survey results, please visit: http://svy.mk/R0CqCA
For the 2012 survey results, please visit: http://svy.mk/1ggFRRt
Important information regarding Lockoffs in EagleVail
Please click here to read EagleVail's Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions on lockoffs.
EAGLEVAIL COLORADO FINDS FEMA GRANT TO MITIGATE FLOOD ZONE
In a proactive move to protect its residents from flooding, the Community of EagleVail has partnered with Eagle County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to improve drainage from Stone Creek that flows into the community.
For the complete story, click here: Flood Mitigation Efforts in Full Swing
Ten Reasons to Scoop Poop
Dog waste is an environmental pollutant.
Pet byproducts can harm your health.
Contaminated waste can make dogs sick, too.
It doesn't just disappear.
Rodents love pet waste.
Dog waste is far from fertilizer.
Mowing over doggie deposits does not solve the problem.
Children are at risk.
An unsightly mess.
Less mess, less stress
This article from the Vail Daily has some interesting and eye opening information about dog poop, including the shocking fact that there is no Poop Fairy! http://bit.ly/1H5T77x
Construction on the Twin Tunnels is on-going: Please view the I-70 Twin Tunnels Fact Sheet
for more information.
911 Subscription Service is Available to Eagle Valley Residents.
GET SIGNED UP. GET NOTIFIED.
EagleVail Metropolitan District offers an Alternative Trash Service to its Residents.Please contact Ted Hanley at 970-790-1221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Pavilion Dumpster Lease