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Vacation Home Rentals And B & Bs In The Estes Valley Development Area Must Acquire An Operating Permit

In 2010, the Larimer County Board of County Commissioners and the Estes Park Board of Trustees amended the Estes Valley Development Code to require all Estes Valley vacation home rentals (rented for fewer than 30 days) and bed and breakfast inns (B&B) to obtain an annual operating permit to further protect the character of residential neighborhoods. A business license will serve as the permit for proper ...

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Town Breaks Ground On Multi-Purpose Event Center And Stall Barn June 6

The community is invited to join the Mayor and Town Trustees, staff, contractors and community partners as they break ground on the new multi-purpose event center (MPEC) and stall barn facilities at the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park. The ground-breaking ceremony will take place Thursday, June 6, at 1 p.m., on the west edge of the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park, 1209 Manford Ave. The facilities are expected to be ...

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Learning And Fun In A Gaga Ball Pit

In the Estes Park High School class Advanced Math for Business class 12 students, (Juniors & Seniors) have been exploring the process of starting and managing a business. During the past five weeks the Math for Business class has been building a fun and exciting new activity/sport that the middle school students are now enjoying at recess. The project assigned to the students involved what it would take ...

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New Look For 10th Annual Historic Tour

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Historic Tour presented by the Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc., a new concept including two parts for the tour will be featured this year in: “Old Time Touring: Then and Now, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park." Friends' President, Pat Washburn, and the entire Friends' Board express their deep appreciation to our sponsors Judy Nystrom and Ju ...

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Parking Enforcement Begins On Memorial Day

The Estes Park Police Department will begin patrolling public parking areas for parking compliance beginning May 27. Public parking areas include free parking lots and on-street parking with all-day, three-hour and 30- minute time allowances. Motorists are encouraged to refer to parking lot signage for site-specific information and exceptions. Free maps identifying parking availability and time allowances a ...

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New Life For 58 Year Old Rotary Pavilion

Phase I of the Pavilion Project was completed Friday, May 17, with Rotary volunteer power. The first coat of stain went on smoothly, thanks to several willing workers. It was completed in just under three hours on a beautiful day, according to Rotarian Peter Sinnott. Phase 2, the second coat of stain, was applied on Monday, May 20. The pavilion was built in 1955 as a Rotary Club of Estes Park project to com ...

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Death of Local Man Under Investigation

On May 20 at approximately 10:54 a.m., the Estes Park Police Department and the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a body in Lake Estes near the Estes Powerplant. Members of the Estes Valley Fire Protection District Dive Team and a Larimer County Coroner’s Office representative recovered the body of Estes Park resident Gregory George Hurt, age 62. The case is currently under investigat ...

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First Estes Park In Bloom Project Takes Place Friday, May 17

Aspen trees to be planted at Scott Avenue ponds The first Estes Park in Bloom project is scheduled to take place on May 17. Through a partnership of the Town’s Parks Division, the Estes Park Tree Board, Eagle Rock School and Platte River Power Authority, 70 aspen trees will be planted in the area of the Scott Avenue ponds to aid in natural contaminant filtration. Approximately 25 students from Eagle Rock Sc ...

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