Glenwood Springs Devereux Trail Ribbon Cutting Set for May 20
Glenwood Springs Awarded Grant for Coke Oven Site Improvements (PDF)
The City of Glenwood Springs was recently awarded a $140,000 grant from the Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease District spring grant cycle. The grant will be used to construct a new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible path, reconstruct an existing trail and provide a display area for important artifacts from the original coking operations at the Cardiff Coke Ovens site.
Downtown Glenwood Parking Lot Closures for Maintenance and Striping (PDF)
Affordable Inn Fire (PDF)
April 6, 2022, Glenwood Springs Fire Department was called to a structure fire at The Affordable Inn, 51823 Highway 6 in West Glenwood Springs.
Newly Secured Water Right Will Protect & Enhance Outdoor Recreation Opportunities in Glenwood (PDF)
The City of Glenwood Springs is excited to announce news that water court approved a Recreational In-Channel Diversion (RICD) recreational water right on the Colorado River for the city, enabled through agreements with Front Range cities and others. The water rights are a significant step in the right direction for protecting the river and will contribute to Glenwood Springs’ thriving outdoor economy. This is the second-ever recreational water right for the mainstem Colorado River. This news was also welcomed by Western Resource Advocates (WRA) and American Whitewater who have worked for years to support the city’s efforts to secure the recreational water rights.
GOCO awards more than $2.2M grant for the restoration of Hanging Lake Trail
Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) board awarded a $2,282,000 grant to the National Forest Foundation and the City of Glenwood Springs to restore the Hanging Lake Trail, which closed following extensive damage by July 2021 debris flows in the Grizzly Creek Fire’s burn scar area. The popular trail is located on the White River National Forest.
The debris flows swept away major trail sections, took down bridges and trees, and buried the recreational area in rubble. The trail’s closure forced the cancellation of more than 15,000 trail reservations.
Funding will support survey work, design, and reconstruction of a more resilient and sustainable trail to Hanging Lake. Proposed ecological and habitat restoration work includes restoring both the natural landscape surrounding the trail and an adjacent stream to minimize future erosion events and protect water quality.
Glenwood Springs City Council to Discuss Airport and South Bridge on March 17 (PDF)
Marco Dehm Appointed to Glenwood Springs City Council to Fill Remainder of Ward 1 Term (PDF)
City Council to Host Listening Session Regarding Airport and South Bridge Area (PDF)
Members of Glenwood Springs City Council will be hosting an airport listening session on Thursday, February 24 at Sopris Elementary School. Residents are encouraged to drop-in any time from 5:30-8:30 p.m. for opportunities to learn more about the recent findings of the Airspace Study and weigh in on various airport and South Bridge planning areas.
Glenwood Springs to Resume In-Person Activities at City Hall on February 14 (PDF)
Glenwood Springs Enacts Unsorted Construction and Demo Waste Fee at South Canyon Landfill (PDF)
Effective March 1, 2022, the South Canyon Landfill will enact a new unsorted construction and demolition waste fee of $80 per ton for in county customers and $115 per ton for out of county customers. Unsorted Construction & Demolition (C&D) Waste is defined as any load of construction or demolition waste containing more than 5% by volume divertible materials as estimated visually by landfill staff. Divertible materials include metal, appliances, concrete, dirt, rock, brush, leaves, grass, food waste, pallets, untreated lumber, cardboard, paper, and mattresses.
City Awarded C.W.C.B. Grant Funding for Three Mile Creek Confluence Restoration Project (PDF)
The City of Glenwood Springs is excited to receive an additional $130,000 for the completion of the Three Mile Creek Confluence Restoration Project from the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) Watershed Restoration Program. The project is designed to help address the heavy use of the area, enhance amenities, protect and improve the Roaring Fork River shorelines, and improve river access. Following a competitive bidding process, construction of project improvements is expected to occur in August and September of 2022 to limit potential impacts to fish spawning, river users, and Atkinson Trail bicyclists and pedestrians.
City Financial Advisory Board (FAB) Grant Applications Available on February 1, 2022 (PDF)
City of Glenwood Springs Rescinds Indoor Mask Order Effective January 31 (PDF)
City Council Accepting Applications to Fill Remainder of Ward 1 Term (PDF)
Councilor Steve Davis Resigns from Glenwood Springs City Council (PDF)
Vision Glenwood Comprehensive Plan Update Process Kicks-Off with February 9 Open House (PDF)
Glenwood Springs City Council to meet Thursday, January 6 in a virtual meeting (PDF)
City Hall to Temporarily Close Beginning Thursday, January 6 (PDF)