Long Awaited Construction to Begin in Aspen

February 4, the City of Aspen is scheduled to begin initial utilities work and minor demolition activities on the site of its new office building at 425 Rio Grande Place.  This work signifies the culmination of over six-years of planning for new City facilities that...

GWS Economy Showing Strong Signs

The City of Glenwood Springs continues positive economic news comings. In the trends report released yesterday. the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association (GSCRA) is celebrating its 100th year of existence in 2019 and hopes to ride the positive direction of the...

CORE Offers Rebates

CORE, the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, is helping the Roaring Fork Valley save energy and cut carbon with cash-back rebates for energy improvements. The annual program includes 19 rebates offering $500 to $2,500 in incentives. Residents from Aspen to...

Aspen City Manager Resigns

A majority of Aspen City Council, on Monday night (1/7) requested the resignation of city manager Steve Barwick. “It’s been my pleasure to work with Steve for 12 years,” said Aspen Mayor Steven Skadron.  “I feel fortunate to have been a mayor during Steve Barwick’s...

Ice Dams Create Concern

Over the weekend there were a series of advisories issued by the national weather service about increasing flood concerns after an ice dam broke on the Roaring Fork River  and Frying Pan rivers Emergency management officials sent out an alert Saturday evening after...

Kanipe Set to Retire

Stephen Kanipe, the City of Aspen’s Chief Building Official is retiring after working for local government for 30 years.  Kanipe started with the City of Aspen in 1989 as an entry level plans examiner when the building department was shared between the City and...