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City of Glenwood Springs will be closed 9/4 for Labor Day

City Offices will be Closed Monday for Labor Day

City of Glenwood Springs administrative offices and non-emergency services, including city hall, the community center, and the landfill will be closed to the public on Monday, September 4, 2017 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

The City’s online services are not affected by the closure and can be accessed online at

City offices will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

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Community Center Fall Activity Guide

The Community Center is OPEN during the Grand Avenue Bridge Detour, and the fall schedule is loaded with awesome sports leagues, swim lessons, and fitness classes. There's even a new after-school program that kicks off on September 5.

To view the Community Center's Fall Activity Guide, please click on the link below...

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Walking School Bus

School starts on Tuesday, September 5. Due to the GAB detour, school buses taking children to and from Glenwood Springs Elementary, Middle and High schools will be picking up and dropping off at Two Rivers Park.

Bicyclists using the trail in this area are asked to slow down and be on the lookout for tiny pedestrians.

Volunteers are needed to help get the students between the park and GSES. For more information about becoming a walking bus volunteer, contact Jordan Schoeller at or (970) 319-3418.

People riding bikes on West Midland Trail

If riding a bike in Glenwood Springs...

  • Be predictable. Avoid weaving in and out of traffic, or suddenly alternating between sidewalk and road. Always signal your intentions when moving to take the lane or making a turn.
  • Keep right and pass left. Say “passing left” or ring a bell to warn others that you’re overtaking.
  • Yield to slower trail users, and wait for a safe place to pass.
  • Travel at a safe speed – no more than 20mph.
  • Use common sense on bridges and narrow sidewalks. Walk your wheels in a crowd.
  • Stop at stop signs and obey all traffic laws.
  • Wear bright clothing at night and use reflective lights so you are more visible.
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