Community News & Notes
The city of Glenwood Springs and Martinez Western Constructors would like to inform the public that the reconstruction of Donegan Road Phase 3 will be starting Aug. 20 and be substantially complete by Nov. 30. This phase will be similar to the last with the roadway being widened and new sidewalk and retaining walls being constructed. Travel on Donegan for vehicles and pedestrians will be restricted at times. Local residents within the construction zone will receive postings on their residences when conditions change or special instructions are appropriate. There will be no through traffic between Fairview Drive and Sunny Acres Road during this phase of reconstruction. The closure of Donegan that preceded this work was the relocating and underground installation of the electric, phone and cable TV that serves the area.The city of Glenwood Springs and Martinez Western Constructors would like to thank you in advance for your patience during this phase. Should you have any questions or concerns you may contact the city of Glenwood Springs at 384-6435.
Glenwood Springs is developing an Open Space and Trails Plan for Wulfsohn (Wolfshone) Park near the Community Center. Individuals are needed for a seven-member ad-hoc committee to guide the project. Diverse Interests are desired, such as hikers, bikers, sledders, skiers and others.Submit interest letters to: Tom Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver to the Community Center before 5 p.m. Aug. 21. Questions? Contact Davis Farrar at email@example.com or 963-7172.
The Roaring Fork Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society will have its annual potluck picnic at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 17, at the south pavilion in Veltus Park in Glenwood Springs. Hamburgers, hotdogs and bottled water will be provided, and members may bring side dishes and desserts. Anyone interested in archaeology is welcome to attend. For information, call Cynthia at 524-7981.
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