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Brush Creek Road Construction

Improvements Underway at Town Park Station

Construction crews have started work on a series of improvements at Town Park Station, and the majority of the project is scheduled to be completed by Labor Day Weekend. The project is focused on pedestrian safety improvements by re-aligning the crosswalk across Brush Creek Road, improving bus stops, installing safety lighting, signage, and improved landscaping. 

Motorists should anticipate periodic one lane closures of Brush Creek Road and minor delays to allow alternating traffic to pass through the construction zone. Although these one-lane closures will be intermittent, reduced speeds will be enforced in the construction area throughout the duration of the project. Please use caution and slow for the cone zone. Traffic patterns will return to normal by Labor Day Weekend. 

Bus Service:
Village Shuttle and RFTA services are unaffected by the project, and all routes and schedules are operating as normal. However, the Town Park Station bus stops have been temporarily relocated. Please follow detour signage, and look for the temporary bus stop signs to catch the bus. 
Community Photo

The Concert Not to be Missed 

"Get the Scoop" with Town Council & Community Photo on Thursday, August 16th

Join us on Thursday, August 16 for the last free concert of the season and two exciting opportunities: “Get the Scoop” with members of the Snowmass Village Town Council and the second annual community photo.

Snowmass Village Town Council Invites you to Come "Get the Scoop"
Starting at 6 p.m., the Snowmass Village Town Council will be hosting “Get the Scoop.” Members of the Town Council will give away free ice cream and will be available to meet and discuss any topic of interest. Community members are invited to come and connect with the Council, ask them questions, and provide direct feedback, while enjoying free ice cream. 

2nd Annual Community Photo

During intermission of the Free Concert, approximately 7:30 p.m., Snowmass Tourism invites community members to gather on Fanny Hill for the second annual community photo. Participation is encouraged, rain or shine.

Please wear a shirt/top in the color listed below to represent the decade you arrived in Snowmass. If you arrived in the…
  • 1960’s – Black
  • 1970’s – White
  • 1980’s – Blue
  • 1990’s – Green
  • 2000’s – Red
  • 2010’s – Yellow
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Snowmass Rodeo

Summer Event Finale(s)

Many More Summer Events on Tap

There are still plenty of exciting events coming to Snowmass Village throughout the remainder of this summer season. Here are some of the highlights and major events you can expect to see this summer.

Free Concert Series - Through August 16th
There are 3 more concerts scheduled for Fanny Hill, with the finale on August 16th being punctuated with 'Get the Scoop' and the 2nd annual community photo.
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Snowmass Rodeo - Through August 22nd
Everyone's favorite rodeo has 4 Wednesday nights remaining in their lineup, with the final rodeo of the season scheduled for Wednesday, August 22nd.
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Tough Mudder - August 25th - 26th
Tough Mudder returns to Snowmass Village with a 12 mile obstacle course spanning from Snowmass Mountain to the Rim Trail.
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JAS Labor Day Experience - August 31st - Sept. 2nd
The Labor Day Festival returns with headliners Lionel Richie, Jack Johnson, and the Zac Brown Band. Brush Creek Road will be closed during the festival, with a detour in place via Owl Creek and Highline Roads. 
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Snowmass Wine Festival - September 15th
The Snowmass Village Rotary Club is preparing its 16th annual Wine Festival at Town Park. This year's wine will pair nicely with classic cars at the Motoring Classic. 
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Vintage Car Race - September 16th - 17th
Back for a 2nd year, the Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing is making plans to bring vintage collectible cars to the upper portions of Brush Creek Road and Carriage Way for interval races. 
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Town Hall

PTRAB Summer Meeting

"State of the Village" Meeting is Tuesday, Aug. 7th

Join us for the annual State of the Village, brought to you by Part Time Residents Advisory Board (PTRAB) to keep part-time residents informed on the latest news and issues in Snowmass Village.

Welcoming reception begins at 3:30 p.m. Presentations begin at 4 p.m.

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Best of Snowmass

Best of Snowmass

Snowmass Sun Local's Choice Nominations Open

The Snowmass Sun is seeking nominations for your favorite people, places, and things in Snowmass Village. Nominations are open through August 13th. Voting will then begin August 27th. 

Learn more and make your nomination by following the link below.

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Door Blower Test

FREE Home Energy Assessments

Available to Snowmass Village Residents

A home energy assessment lets you know how your home is performing and provides tips and resources to optimize it. And thanks to the generosity of a local donor, the $400 assessment is available at no cost to Snowmass Village residents. For this limited time only, residents also qualify for up to $200 in “quick-fix” items like LEDs, programmable thermostats, pipe wrap, or a water heater blanket. To sign-up and learn more visit CORE’s website below — or stop by our table at the August 16th free concert!

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Snowmass Village Businesses

Running a Home Business?

You May Need a Snowmass Village Business License

Anyone who is doing business in the Town of Snowmass Village is required to have a Snowmass Village Business License, even if you are conducting your business from home. Possessing the correct license has its benefits, such as qualifying for a chamber rate ski pass, and documenting your employment for Snowmass Village Housing. With the Town's new online business license tools, applying for and managing your license is easy.

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Stage 2 Fire Restrictions

Stage II Fire Restrictions

Pitkin County Fire Bans Remain In Effect

We've been fortunate to receive a little bit of moisture through intermittent thunderstorms in the valley, but Pitkin County fire restrictions remain in effect. This means no fires are allowed on private or public lands, wood stoves, explosives, charcoal grills, fireworks, and smoking outside is prohibited. To view a complete list of fire restrictions, follow the link below.

Town hall

Mayor & Town Council Election

Election Day is November 6, 2018

Nomination petitions for anyone interested in running for Mayor or Town Council can be picked up at Town Hall beginning Tuesday, August 7th. Completed petitions will then be due back to the Town Clerk's office by Monday, August 27 at 5 p.m.

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