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2017 Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival this Saturday

Saturday, September 30th, 12pm-8pm
Downtown (Cooper Ave between 8th and 9th)
Family-Friendly & Free

The Harvest Festival will feature live music, food vendors, children's activities, art, farmer's market, and an Oktoberfest-themed beer garden with all sales benefiting the Glenwood Springs Historical Society

Live Music Schedule
• 12:00-1:30 - Louie & the Lizards
• 2:00-4:00 - Let Them Roar
• 4:30-5:45 - Sleepy Justice
• 6:15-8:00 - Logan Brothers

2017 Confluence Redevelopment Plan

City Plans for Confluence, 6th Street Now Available

The Glenwood Springs City Council has recently approved redevelopment plans for the 6th Street Corridor and the Confluence area. The City is now in the process of updating development regulations and City code, as well as area-wide planning for the EPA and an update of the City’s transportation plan.

Visit to view the plans.

City Councilor Rick Voorhees riding and parking his bicycle

Please Stay Safe while Biking

The trail currently has a much larger volume of users than normal (including the children in the walking school bus). Please slow down and be aware of pedestrians, cars, and other cyclists. 

  • Wear a helmet!
  • Our trail system is for everyone. Please share.
  • Keep right and pass left. Say “passing left” or ring a bell to warn others that you’re overtaking.
  • If you’re standing still, step aside so others can pass.
  • Yield to slower trail users, and wait for a safe place to pass.
  • Travel at a safe speed – no more than 20mph.
  • Keep pets on a 6’ leash. This will keep them safe and out of the way of others.
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