Fall E-newsletter
PLAN Snowmass Village

The Comprehensive Plan Update is Underway


Approximately 80 people joined us for the official kickoff to the Comprehensive Plan Update on October 18th. If you missed the meeting and would like to catch up, you can view the meeting in its entirety online at tosv.com/plansnowmass. This project webpage will be updated throughout the project with updates, links to feedback tools, and important meeting dates. Also, be sure to subscribe to future alerts so you don't miss a thing. 


Be on the Project Think Tank:

If you'd like to be more involved with the project, the Town is currently accepting applications for members of the community to serve on the project Think Tank. The Think Tank will be relied upon as a sounding board for project ideas and initiatives. Learn more and apply online at tosv.com/plansnowmass.


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Winter Schedules

Paid Parking and Village Shuttle Winter Schedules Begin Nov. 24th


On Thanksgiving Day, The Village Shuttle will begin operating on their Winter Schedule. This means all of the regular routes, 1 - 8, will be in operation, and riders can expect more frequent rides - still at no cost. Preview the winter schedules online at snowmasstransit.com.

Paid parking in the Village Lots also goes into effect on Thanksgiving Day. Be sure to apply for your residential parking permits as soon as possible to make sure we have your vehicle in our new digital parking system before Thursday, November 24th

Parking Information...

Community Potluck Dinner

Community Potluck Dinner

Save the date! The John Bemis Annual Potluck Dinner will be Sunday, November 20th at 5pm.

The turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, and stuffing will be served, and we ask that community members bring a dish that serves 8. If your last name starts with:

  • A - H: Bring a Salad
  • I - P: Bring a Side Dish
  • Q - Z: Bring a Dessert

Non-perishable food items will also be collected for Lift-Up. Please bring goods to donate!

Event Details...


Ballot Drop Box

Don't Forget to Vote!


Election Day is just around the corner. Are you ready to vote? This year, you can drop your ballot off at Town Hall anytime with our ballot drop box. Just make sure you get it here before Tuesday, November 8th at 7:00pm.

If you need a replacement ballot before election day, you can get one at the Early Voting Service Center at the Aspen Jewish Community Center. Learn more by following the link below.


Election Information...

Budget

Adoption of the 2017 Town Budget


On Monday, October 17th, the 2017 Town of Snowmass Village Budget was unanimously adopted by the Town Council. Just like the previous 17 consecutive years, the Town expects this most recent budget to receive the Government Finance Officers Association’s “Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.” This award signifies that the Town and staff satisfy nationally recognized budget and accounting guidelines. 

The full budget will be posted online for you to view. In the meantime, you can find additional details and financial reports online by following the link below.


Finance...

On the Calendar:


Regular Town Council Meeting, Town Hall - Monday, November 7th - Details...


Town Council Worksession, Town Hall - Monday, November 14th - Details...


Community Potluck Dinner, Westin Snowmass - Sunday, November 20th - Details...


Regular Town Council Meeting, Town Hall - Monday, November 21st - Details...


Thanksgiving Day - Town Offices Closed, - Thursday, November 24th 


Village Shuttle Winter Schedules Begin - Thursday, November 24th - Details...


Paid Parking Begins  - Thursday, November 24th - Details...


Thanksjibbing Rail Jam, Base Village - Friday, November 25th - Details...


View a complete calendar of other Town meetings & events are available online at tosv.com



'Trick or Treating' Safety Tips


Happy Halloween from the Town of Snowmass Village! The Snowmass Village Police Department would like to remind parents and 'Trick or Treaters' there are a few simple things you can do to make sure your Halloween night is safe and not too spooky:

  1. Wear bright clothes or carry lights so you can be easily seen.
  2. Put electronic devices away and be attentive, especially when crossing the street.
  3. Drive extra carefully and slow.
  4. 'Trick or Treat' in groups and/or with adults - never alone.
Have fun, be safe, and don't eat too much candy!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN
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