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.


EagleVail Ballot Issue 5A Defeated
With over 1,000 ballots cast, preliminary results are as follows:
No:         621
Yes:        382
The EagleVail Board of Governors wishes to thank all those who participated in the election and those volunteers who advanced the development plan that was voted on.  The Board wants to encourage continued participation in the public process as we "go back to the drawing board".  More information will be available through regular community updates on the EagleVail website, www.eaglevail.org, newsletter articles, our Facebook page and eblasts.

EagleVail to Return Unspent Bond Funds to Voters
Responding to the suggestion of a resident, the EagleVail Metro District Board of Directors Thursday night voted to return any unspent funds from a successful November bond issue to taxpayers. 
At a 5A informational meeting last week, a homeowner suggested that some citizens had expressed to him a distrust that excess bond proceeds at the conclusion of construction might be used by the District to fund other projects not listed on the ballot.  He suggested that he and many other voters would feel better about supporting the measure if the Board adopted a resolution that pledged to use the extra cash to pay down debt. 
At Thursday’s meeting, the idea of the refund was introduced and a discussion ensued in which Board members expressed their desire that proceeds from the Bonds would be used for the projects contained on the ballot, and that any excess funds could be returned to constituents.  The Metro District Board then introduced and passed a resolution that mirrored the resident’s suggestion.      
After a of polling all nine Board of Governors members present, with overwhelming support, the EVMD Board unanimously resolved to “dedicate any excess funds remaining from the Bond Issue to the constituents, most likely through a reduction in taxes.”
The successful $10.895 million bond issue would build a community clubhouse, new courts for tennis and pickleball, park improvements, a trail extension and maintenance facility improvements.  

A copy of the resolution can be found here.


The Turkey Trot is back!


Stone Creek Restoration Project

The EagleVail Maintenance Department is in the process of evaluating the overall condition of the waterways throughout the community.  The goal is to find a long term sustainable solution that will help us better manage the water in Stone Creek and surrounding ponds.  The focus and passion of this study is the protection and enhancement of our aquatic resources.  We are currently working with Aqua Sierra, Inc. to help us manage and improve this natural resource. 
Aqua Sierra is one of the premier fisheries and water quality consulting firms in the world.  Their mission is to provide effective and sustainable solutions for water management. The EagleVail Maintenance Department has worked with Aqua Sierra on a variety of projects over the past couple of years, including a water feasibility study that was conducted last fall.  During this study we found numerous areas along Stone Creek that are in need of improvement.  Several of these locations pose threats of severe erosion to the golf course and to the adjacent residential properties along Stone Creek. Stream channelization and bank stability is one of the primary concerns that will need to be addressed as we move forward in this process.
Stone Creek is a valuable resource to this community.  Our emphasis is to create a balanced aquatic eco-system with beautiful ponds and flowing streams.  Water adds both beauty and value to our community.  To find out more about this project or how to get involved please contact Steven Barber, Director of Parks and Golf Course Maintenance at sbarber@eaglevail.org.

To read the Stone Creek Feasability Analysis, click here.  

EagleVail Highlighted in "Partnership Perspectives" Radio Interview

Community Manager Jeff Layman and Finance Director Ken Marchetti participated in the June 17th KZYR radio program "Partnership Perspectives" sponsored by The Vail Valley Partnership.  The topic is "the role of Metropolitan Districts in our valley" and what residents should know about them.  Click here to listen to the one hour program.

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/

Property Rental Rules and Regulations

It is the time of year where seasonal rentals will be starting!  Keep in mind that EagleVail is a “Covenant Controlled Community” and certain rules apply to all who call this community home.  Please remember to check out the Property Rental Rules and Regulations to ensure that tenants know all of the information important to living in EagleVail.

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.

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           
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.

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