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Vacation Rentals and B&Bs Must Acquire 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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Manford Avenue Lane Restrictions

Beginning March 21, for approximately two weeks, traffic will be restricted to one lane on a portion of Manford Avenue from the entrance to the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park west to a point opposite Estes Park Rent-All. Please watch for and adhere to signage and flaggers while driving through the work zone. The lane restriction is necessary as the Town of Estes Park’s contractor, Coulson Excavating, Inc., ins ...

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Estes Park Fire Protection District Urges Caution

Wildfire season on the Front Range runs year round. In the past week there have been three wildfires in Boulder and Larimer Counties. There was also a small grass fire in the Glen Haven area. Despite the cool night temperatures and occasional moisture the winds quickly dry out fine fuels, making them susceptible to fire starts. March has not yet brought much moisture to the lower elevations of the Front Ran ...

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Business On Alert

The Town of Estes Park Police Department will host “Businesses on Alert,” a new seminar for business owners and their employees, on Monday, March 28 at 7 p.m. at the Estes Park Museum meeting room, 200 Fourth Street. “Businesses on Alert” will cover topics including how to handle shoplifting and becoming more aware of potential credit card fraud and customers attempting to use counterfeit bills and fraudule ...

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March Programs At The Estes Valley Library

Library events this March include continuing financial education workshops, made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation. In addition, Fridays will see a new series called Astounding Stories, and the Great Decisions discussion group will explore the issue of U.S. National Security. Common Cents Counts in March Free workshops held on Saturdays from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. at the Library, l ...

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Questions Answered: Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance

By: Estes Park Historian Laureate Jim Pickering February 18, 2011 The citizen-led Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee is seeking citizen feedback on a draft voluntary historic preservation ordinance for Estes Park. The ordinance would help to better document and preserve the unique character and history of Estes Park by allowing Town property owners who wish to participate to have their homes and busi ...

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