City News

Thank You, Departing Councilors

Thank you, Stephen Bershenyi, Leo McKinney, and Matt Steckler for all your hard work and dedication in representing the City of Glenwood Springs over the past eight years. You will be missed!

West Midland Trail Connection

West Midland Trail Work Continues

Construction is continuing on the new trail between Lowe’s and the Whitewater Activity Area. Crews are nearing completion on block retaining walls and trail construction, before wrapping things up by installing irrigation and landscaping. The City anticipates the trail will open this May. The project is intended to provide a safe route for pedestrians and cyclists from the Glenwood Springs Middle School to downtown Glenwood Springs.

Earth Day Celebration

Celebrate Earth Day - 4/22

This free event will be held at Centennial Park on Earth Day, April 22, from Noon to 5 pm, and features live entertainment throughout the day to celebrate local efforts in sustainability and environmental protection. There will be many exhibits and fun, hands-on activities aimed at educating our community about protecting our environment and living green. Bring the whole family!
Centennial Park is located at 828 Grand Ave, in Glenwood Springs.

Paint can

Household Hazardous Waste & Paint Drop Off Scheduled for 4/22

There will be a Household Hazardous Waste
Collection Day and Paint Drop Off Day on April 22, 2017. Please call, 945-5375 for additional information and to make an appointment. Read More...

Spring Cleanup

Spring Cleanup Starts 4/17

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. 
Removal of non-hazardous debris and recyclable materials will occur by zone, with zone 1 pickup scheduled for April 17.  Please note that City crews will only make one trip through each neighborhood, so it’s important that all items are placed in the street in front of each residence by 7:00 a.m. of the first day of clean up.  The City will accept up to one pickup-truck load of non-hazardous debris and recyclable materials per residence. 

This year, a new Municipal Ordinance is in effect prohibiting debris from being placed in front of residences any earlier than two (2) calendar days prior to the assigned days.  A first time violation of this new ordinance will subject violators to a fine of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) up to one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for each day of the continuing violation.  Please be sure to follow the below table and map before placing debris in front of your residence.
For a full list of regulations, reminders and an interactive map, please visit the City’s website.

Community Center Closed 4/16

The Community Center will be closed for Easter on Sunday, April 16. Please call 384-6301 with any questions.

Register for Kid Kamp

Registration for Kid Kamp is going on now, and ends May 26 at 5 pm. Don’t let your children be the only ones missing out on all the fun. Weekly activities include swimming, climbing and archery at the Community Center, plus exciting field trips and new adventures. Campers will participate in activities sure to put the FUN in summer! Walk in registration will be accepted at the Glenwood Springs Community Center with a completed parent packet, a copy of current immunizations, photo of your child and payment.

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