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Jun 12

Staying in the Know has Never Been Easier

Posted on June 12, 2014 at 11:39 AM by Kelly Vaughn

Thanks to some hard work by Snowmass Tourism and their partners, this summer promises to be one for the record books in Snowmass Village. This year, we'll welcome some brand new events such as Tough Mudder and Wanderlust, as well as celebrate the return of favorites such as the Snowmass Balloon Fest, Deaf Camp Picnic, and Thurs. Night Concert Series.

While there's plenty of fun to be had, there are also some impacts to expect such as periodic road closures, delays, or trail closures associated with specific events. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to stay informed. Here are a few things to keep an eye on.

Get Important Public Safety Info via Pitkin Alert
Pitkin Alert is the Valley's foremost platform for public safety information which allows the Pitkin County Communications Center (911) to send alerts and emergency messages to traditional landlines, cell phones, email, and more. Subscribe Now

All you Need to Know from Town Government in One Place: tosv.com

The Town's website tosv.com is our central clearinghouse of information on everything from upcoming government meetings to news and updates on upcoming events. Check out "Notify Me" to view a list of all push notifications you can subscribe to receive. The Snowmass Village Newsletter for example is a bi-weekly update from Town Hall which includes all recent news, calendar updates, and behind-the-scenes stories from our blog. Subscribe Now.

Follow us on Social Media
Twitter and Facebook are great ways to get a quick glimpse of what's coming up, and the Town is active on both.

Get to Where You Need to Go via Snowmasstransit.com
The new snowmasstransit.com, the website dedicated to Snowmass Village Transportation is a great resource for Village Shuttle schedules, parking information, and commuter info in and around the Village. Here you'll also find event-specific transit options when applicable.

Keep an Eye on our Local Paper
The Snowmass Sun is always a great resource for local news and updates. You may have noticed the Town's weekly ad dedicated to government matters as well.

Or...Just Give us a Call!
We're always available to answer questions. Contact our Director of Communications Kelly Vaughn by email, or phone at 970-922-2275.


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