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Free Parking Available At More Than 30 Locations Across Town

Public parking areas in Estes Park include free parking lots and on-street parking with all-day, three-hour and 30-minute time allowances. Drivers should refer to parking lot signs for site-specific information and exceptions. The Town of Estes Park produces free parking maps which are available in containers placed on poles at public parking lot entrances. Parking areas are patrolled daily. Free all-day pa ...

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Town Hall Meeting On Transitioning To The Future

On Thursday, June 18, at 7:00 p.m., the Sustainable Mountain Living (SML) group will be hosting a community-wide Town Hall meeting focusing on the future of the Estes Valley. The group will be proposing that our community adopt The Estes Valley Transition Initiative, a plan for creating a low-energy, resilient and sustainable future. The world is facing the convergence of major de-stabilizing issues over th ...

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Town Holds Public Meetings For International Building Codes Adoption Process

The Town of Estes Park Department of Building Inspection is facilitating a series of public meetings to outline and discuss updates to building code standards within Town limits in compliance with the International Building Codes. Five meetings have been held to date. Stakeholders in the construction industry and other interested individuals are encouraged to participate in the process at future meetings. T ...

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Safeway Fueling Station Application Under Review

Safeway Inc. has submitted a development plan application and statement of intent to the Town of Estes Park Community Development Department for construction of a new fueling facility at 621 Big Thompson Avenue.  The site is currently that of Silver Lane Stables. The proposed facility would include a 1,185 square foot kiosk or convenience store and a 6,075 square foot overhead canopy above 6 multiple-produc ...

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Town Restores Weather-Beaten Bond Park

Historic Bond Park, Estes Park’s treasured downtown open space, is on the mend. On Monday, June 1, the Town of Estes Park Public Works department closed the park to begin clearing and re-sodding the grounds after rain and festival traffic reduced large portions of the lawn to mud over the Memorial Day weekend. Weather permitting, the sod will be laid by Wednesday, June 10. Bond Park will remain closed to pu ...

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School Board Vacancy Announced

Park School District R-3 Board of Education is seeking letters of intent from prospective candidates to fill a Board seat vacated by Becky Johnson. The prospective candidate will serve the remainder of Mrs. Johnson’s term through November, 2009. A candidate must be a registered voter and a resident of the school district for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the nomination. Additional qualifications w ...

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No Hwy. 34 Bridgework This Summer

There seems to be a concern in the community regarding the reconstruction of the two Hwy 34 CDOT bridges in the Big Thompson Canyon. Several departments, employees and the media are receiving concerned citizen calls regarding the “removal of these bridges” and summer traffic. This CDOT project road closure is not scheduled until next winter (January 2010). The Public Works Department is in close communicati ...

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