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.


You may read the December version of the "EagleVail Quarterly" by cliking here.

I-70 @ EagleVail Bridges road work update: click here for 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.

BOG Develops Long Range Financial Strategy; Replacement Reserve Funds
The EagleVail Board of Governors, consisting of the combined EV Metro District and EV Property Owner’s Association Boards, recently directed EV’s staff to develop replacement reserve and long range financial strategies to guide the board’s decisions.
Initially, a reserve study was conducted to identify future major expenditures—those capital expenditures that occur every two or more years.  Other, more routine items are handled in the annual maintenance budget.  EagleVail’s staff, in concert with our financial consultants, Robertson and Marchetti, PC, CPAs, conducted the study based on work done previously by contractors. 

For many years, as a budget saving measure, EagleVail deferred maintenance on many of its amenities and facilities.  During the past few years, with so many new facilities having been constructed, the board felt it important now to lay the groundwork to care for these amenities in order to extend their service lives.  Building elements such as roofs, asphalt, mechanical equipment, pools, concrete work, electrical systems, etc. need to be properly maintained and replaced, when necessary.  Money is set aside annually to be used for large-scale maintenance and replacement projects.      
The study revealed the need to establish a replacement reserve fund for irrigation systems for the soccer and baseball fields, infield drainage system for the baseball field, tennis facilities, building elements at the Willow Creek Par 3 clubhouse, equipment replacement (and upgrades) to EagleVail’s parks, replacement of the golf course maintenance facility, replacement of the golf course clubhouse (proposed to be a community center which would include golf operations and pro shop), irrigation system for the 18 hole golf course, pool systems and elements, among other things.   The entire list will be available on www.eaglevail.org after Board of Governors review. 
The study further revealed that it is necessary to establish “catch up” provisions across all funds. 
The Board chose to begin to tackle these issues by designating fund balances to specific reserve accounts and increasing POA assessments by $25, $20 of which is earmarked for reserve.  Much “deferred funding” is still needed in order to address the deferred maintenance from the past and the board continues to struggle with this issue. 
The entire process is still very much a work in progress.  It has identified a number of funding issues which have no easy solutions.  EV’s staff continues to work with the Board to develop additional revenue streams. 
Most property owners and residents in EV feel fortunate to have such a broad array of recreational amenities.  Our financial advisors, however, point out that it is expensive to maintain and replace them.  Over the next couple of years, EagleVail must make some choices—increase revenue in the way of higher fees, assessments and property taxes, or reduce the quality and/or number of amenities.  It is likely that the ultimate solution will be a combination. 
Look for the 2014 version of the Community Survey, coming soon.  The results will assist the board in making decisions for the future of EagleVail.  Community involvement and input will be key in determining what amenities are most valued. 

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

  1. Dog waste is an environmental pollutant.
  2. Pet byproducts can harm your health.
  3. Contaminated waste can make dogs sick, too.
  4. It doesn't just disappear.
  5. Rodents love pet waste.
  6. Dog waste is far from fertilizer.
  7. Mowing over doggie deposits does not solve the problem.
  8. Children are at risk.
  9. An unsightly mess.
  10. Less mess, less stress.


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.

EagleVail Metropolitan District offers an Alternative Trash Service to its Residents.Please contact Ted Hanley at 970-790-1221 or email  tedhanley@eaglevail.org for more information.
Pavilion Dumpster Lease