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2011 News

12/27/2011 - ECO Transit to offer free late night bus service New Year’s Eve

ECO Transit will once again offer free late night bus service outbound from Vail between midnight and 2 a.m. on Dec. 31 to accommodate New Year’s Eve celebrations. Read More

12/19/2011 - Christmas tree recycling options available to Eagle County residents

Several opportunities exist for Eagle County residents to recycle their Christmas trees or put them to good use after the holidays. Read More

12/16/2011 - Eagle River Preserve vehicle access closed for winter

The Eagle River Preserve (ERP) will officially close to vehicles on Dec. 19 for the winter season to allow wildlife to utilize the area as a winter habitat. Read More

12/14/2011 - ECO Trails Committee Names 2011 Trails Supporters

The Colorado Department of Transportation, Eagle Vail Board of Governors, Hardscrabble Trails Coalition, Vail Valley Chapter of the International Mountain Biking Association and Town of Gypsum have been selected as the 2011 Trail Supporter of the Year Award winners by the citizen ECO Trails Committee. Read More

12/13/2011 - Commissioners approve 2012 budget

The Board of Commissioners have unanimously approved Eagle County’s 2012 budget. General Fund operating expenditures will be reduced approximately $1 million from 2011. Read More

12/13/2011 - County hires new aviation director

Eagle County is pleased to announce Greg Phillips has accepted the position of aviation director for Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE). Read More

12/13/2011 - Animal Shelter Wish List

Supplies needed to care for our animals are always in short supply at the shelter. Read More

12/07/2011 - Countywide Holiday Bell Ringing Challenge underway

Elected officials and employees from jurisdictions throughout Eagle County are joining the Board of County Commissioners in a Bell Ringing Challenge, underway through Dec. 24. Read More

12/01/2011 - Tipping fee increase

Effective Jan.1, 2012, Eagle County Landfill will increase fees for compacted and mixed waste. Read More