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Spring Cleanup Kicks Off April 17
The City of Glenwood Springs will be holding this year’s annual spring cleanup event April 17 through May 5. The City invites residents within the city limits of Glenwood Springs to participate.
Sarah Gordon Votes Will Not Be Counted or Reported
Sarah Gordon filed the required paperwork as a Ward 5 candidate, but withdrew her candidacy earlier this month.
New Finance Director Joins City
The City of Glenwood Springs is pleased to welcome Steve Boyd as the City’s new Finance Director. Boyd, who is originally from the area and graduated from Glenwood Springs High School in 1987, started his position with the City on March 1, 2017.
Council Names Amanda N. Maurer as Municipal Judge
City Awarded $200,000 EPA Brownfield Area-Wide Planning Grant
The City of Glenwood Springs is pleased to announce that the City is one of 19 recipients of an EPA Brownfield Area-Wide Planning Grant, announced by the EPA on Jan. 5, 2017.
City receives $75,000 GOCO grant for LoVa Trail Phase III
With the $75,000 GOCO grant, the City will complete 30% construction plans for a 2.6-mile section of the LoVa Trail that would connect West Glenwood Springs to South Canyon (at Exit 111 along Interstate 70).
Traffic Impacts Expected During Pedestrian Bridge Work Dec. 14-16
Motorists should anticipate daytime traffic impacts on Midland Ave. on Dec. 14-16 as crews place a pedestrian bridge across the Roaring Fork River between 14th and 15th Streets.
City of Glenwood Springs recipient of $400,000 State Energy and Mineral Impact Assistance Grant
Refurbished fire engine back in Glenwood Springs
One of the City’s 15-year-old fire engines is back in Glenwood Springs, after traveling 2,400 miles roundtrip to be refurbished.
Glenwood Springs Welcomes 2016 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree on Nov. 17 with Free Public Event
The City of Glenwood Springs and the White River National Forest are excited to welcome the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree on Nov. 17 with a free event at Centennial Park between Grand Avenue and Cooper Street on 9th Street. The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, an 80 foot Englemann spruce, is visiting Glenwood Springs from the Payette National Forest in Idaho on its way to Washington D.C.
Community Discussion for 27th St. Bridge Replacement Design to take place 11/16
The City of Glenwood Springs will hold a community meeting from 6:30pm to 8pm on Nov. 16, 2016, at the Community Center to discuss alternatives for the replacement of the 27th Street Bridge.
6th St. Master Plan Draft Comment Period Open through Nov. 11
The City of Glenwood Springs’ master planning study of the 6th Street corridor has reached its first milestone, with the draft document available for public comment. The draft master plan is out for public review and the final draft is expected to be finalized in January 2017. The plan can be found at www.cogs.us/6thStreet
City of Glenwood Springs receives two Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease District Grants
The Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease District Board of Directors announced on Wednesday, Oct. 19, that the City of Glenwood Springs was among the recipients for its fall grant cycle. The city’s 7th Street Construction project received $400,000 and the Police Department’s Firearms Range Improvements received $25,000.
West Midland to be CLOSED overnight on Oct. 13 - 2016/10/04
The City is anticipating traffic impacts to west Midland on Oct.13-14 as crews place a 120-foot long pedestrian bridge crossing of Midland Avenue, just south of the railroad bridge. The bridge is part of construction of the West Midland Multi-Use Path intended to provide a safe route for pedestrians and cyclists from the Glenwood Springs Middle School to downtown Glenwood to use during the Grand Avenue Bridge detour in 2017 and beyond.
July Fourth Celebration Reminder - 2016/06/28 (PDF)
July Fourth Celebration Press Release
July Fourth Celebration - 2016/06/15 (PDF)
July Fourth Celebration press release
City offices closed for Memorial Day (2016-05-26)
City of Glenwood Springs administrative offices including city hall and the community center, and non-emergency services, will be closed to the public on Monday, May 30, 2016 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
Glenwood Springs City Council hires new city manager (PDF)
City Council hires Debra Figueroa as new City Manager. Start date is June 13, 2016.
City Manager search 2016-04-22 (PDF)
City names three finalists for city manager position.
Annual Boards and Commissions 2016-02-09
City announces board and commission appointments
Presidents Day 2016-02-08
City offices closed in observance of Presidents Day
Ski Spree Fireworks 2016-02-01 (PDF)
Press release regarding Fireworks at Ski Spree 2016