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Estes Park Aerial Tramway To Be Closed In 2011 For Maintenance

The Estes Park Tramway has been part of our community for 56 years. During our spring maintenance project this year, we inspected additional items and are going to replace several of them. Due to the unique nature of aerial tramways, these items are specialty parts and thus require time to be fabricated. Regrettably we must announce that we will not be operating for the 2011 season. We appreciate your patie ...

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Bond Park Update: Park Lane Paving Delayed By Weather

The Town of Estes Park and its contractor, Cornerstone Construction Concepts of Estes Park, are redeveloping Bond Park with completion scheduled for May 26. In order to accommodate construction, several adjustments have been made in the Bond Park area. Updates: • Due to heavy precipitation this week, the closure of Park Lane from Virginia Lane to MacGregor Avenue will be extended through May 17 for paving a ...

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Estes Park Named #14 On Top Destinations Trip Advisor List

TripAdvisor users have named Estes Park one of the top 25 destinations in the United States. The area is #14 on the list that was released this week. The Travelers’ Choice awards are based on millions of real and unbiased opinions from TripAdvisor travelers. Award winners were determined based on a combination of travelers’ favorite places and overall destination popularity. The TripAdvisor description of t ...

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Efficiency Express Helps Estes Park Businesses Save Energy

The Town of Estes Park is rolling out its Efficiency Express program to provide small businesses with quick, simple and cost-effective ways to target energy savings and reduce energy consumption. The program will provide businesses with low-cost building tune-ups and identify top energy saving measures so business owners can begin to immediately reap the rewards of energy savings. Eligible businesses includ ...

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Open Burning Restrictions Lifted For Estes Valley Fire Protection District

In response to the recent moisture in the Estes Park area and in correspondence with Larimer County, Fire Chief Scott Dorman has lifted the open burning restrictions imposed on April 4, 2011. However, conditions will continue to be monitored and restrictions may be reinstated as conditions warrant. This order shall be effective from 12:00 Noon, April 26, 2011 until otherwise changed by the Fire Chief or his ...

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Fairgrounds Park-n-Ride Will Be A New Stop For Town’s Free Summer Shuttles

Transit hub construction on schedule for May 27 completion The Town of Estes Park and its contractor, Coulson Excavating, are on schedule to complete construction of the transit hub at the Fairgrounds at Stanley Park by May 27. The completed lot will consist of 408 paved parking spaces stretching from the Estes Park Senior Center on Fourth Street to the grandstand facility off of Manford Avenue. The hub, wh ...

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Larimer County Search And Rescue Dog Has The Right Stuff

By: Kris Hazelton Lakota, best friend and companion of Jayne Zmijewski is now a nose above the rest as she has just done something no other dog in Colorado has done. She has earned three Search and Rescue Dogs of Colorado (SARDOC) certifications including Wilderness Trailing, Wilderness Scent and Water Certification. Out of state, Lakota has also earned her Evidence Training and she is HRD (human remains de ...

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Estes Park Astronomical Society Meeting

Theories of Everything Part II is the subject of this month’s Estes Valley Astronomical Society (EVAS) meeting, Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. The EVAS meeting and public open house will be held at the Estes Park Memorial Observatory, 1600 Manford Ave., (park in the teachers parking lot North of the high school; directions are posted at ( Our guest speaker for the eveni ...

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