TOSV E-Newsletter
Town Clean Up Day

Thank You Clean Up Day Volunteers

Over 100 Volunteers Participated in 39th Clean Up

Thank you to the over 100 community members who showed up to clean our roadways, parking lots, trails and more. Despite the scary weather, it was another successful display of the community's volunteer spirit to keep the Town beautiful. The event also wouldn't be possible without the local businesses that support it every year. Thank you to all of the generous sponsors and donors:

2019 Town Clean Up Day Sponsors:

  • Alpine Bank
  • Anderson Ranch Art Center
  • Aspen Elks Lodge #224
  • Big Hoss Grill
  • Clark's Market
  • Eastwood
  • Express Cleaners
  • Holy Cross Energy
  • Ranger Station
  • Rotary Club of Snowmass Village
  • Snowmass Tourism
  • Snowmass Village Recreation Center
  • Sundance Liquor and Gifts
  • Westin Snowmass
  • Wildwood Snowmass

A special thank you to the Snowmass Village Rotary Club who cooked and served lunch for everyone after the work was completed. 

Thank you!

Hawk Ridge

Dogs or No Dogs? 

Make Your Own Mark on the New Hawk Ridge Trail

Construction on the new Hawk Ridge Trail begins tomorrow, on National Trails Day - Saturday, June 1st, and there are multiple ways for you to get involved. 

1) Sign Up and Volunteer

In conjunction with the Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers and the Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association, the Town will begin constructing the new Hawk Ridge Trail Saturday, June 1st. Sign up here to volunteer and help build the trail.

2) Complete the Dog Policy Advisory Questionnaire 

The Town Council is seeking feedback from the community to determine if dogs should be allowed (on-leash only) on the new Hawk Ridge Trail, once it is completed. Tell us what you think by following the link below and completing the questionnaire before Wednesday, June 12th. Responses will be kept anonymous, but please keep in mind the responses and comments will be made public. 

Ragnar Relay

June Events in Snowmass

Bikes, Beer, Beef, and More!

June kicks off summer in Snowmass, featuring two new events, Ride the Rockies (June 11-12) and Mini Meet (June 24-28), as well as showcasing returning favorites such as the Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival and new beer tasting dinners, Cochon 555’s Rustic Grind & Heritage Fire, Snowmass Demo Days, the Snowmass Rodeo, Snowmass Free Concert Series, and much more.

“June is a fantastic time to be in Snowmass,” says Rose Abello, Tourism Director. “The mountains are lush and green, while the snowcapped mountains provide a stunning backdrop. We look forward to kicking this summer off strong with Ragnar Trail and the Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival, both back again this summer for their seventh and fourth years, respectively. We are also thrilled to welcome first time events Ride the Rockies and Mini Meet to our spectacular valley.”

Follow the link below for a complete lineup of summer events.

Elk calf

Select Trails Remain Closed

Burnt Mountain Area Closed Until June 21st

As things heat up this summer, please keep in mind several local trail closures remain in place until June 21st in the Burnt Mountain Area:

  • Anaerobic Nightmare Trail: April 25 - June 21
  • Sequel Trail: April 25 - June 21
  • Tom Blake Trail: April 25 - June 21
  • Government Trail east of Elk Camp Work Road: May 15 - June 21
These trails are located in critical elk calving habitat, and recent studies have shown our elk calf mortality rates to be at concerning ratios. Please give them a break, and respect trail closures. Violating a trail closure can result in significant fines, up to $5,000.
Community Survey

2019 Community Survey 

We're Listening. Tell Us What You Think. 

The 2019 Community Survey is around the corner. Look for it in your mailbox and inbox the week of June 24th. 

The Town has traditionally conducted a biennial community survey to formally gather feedback from the community and gauge the overall levels of satisfaction with Town services. It is open to all community members, including full time residents, part time residents, employees, and guests. Learn more and view previous results by following the link below.

Community Survey...

Spring Schedules

Village Shuttle Summer Schedules

Spring schedules begin Friday, June 7th

Mark your calendar and be prepared. The Village Shuttle switches to summer operating schedules on Friday, June 7th. Preview ssummer routes and schedules online at

Routes & Schedules...

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