To maintain a protected and accessible waterline for the Town of Mountain Village, construction on the town’s main waterline will be conducted beginning July 10. Construction for the 12-inch waterline improvement project will take place at the top of Telluride Ski Resort's (Lift 7) and will run approximately1000 feet in length. The town anticipates construction will last appropriately 60 days through the end of August. Due to the construction, the Town of Mountain Village in partnership with Telluride Ski & Golf and the US Forest Service will implement trail detours for the popular hiking and biking Village Trail and Prospect Trail starting July 10. The trail detour will provide safe access around the project, and the town asks to please follow signage and use caution while the detour is in place. “No residents or businesses will experience a disruption in water service or reduced water pressure,” explained Marketing and Business Development Director Bill Kight. “This construction is solely preventive maintenance for the longevity of the town’s main waterline.” The waterline project will be conducted and managed by the Town of Mountain Village and Williams Construction. To learn more about our construction projects and for trail updates, visit townofmountainvillage.com/construction.
Sep 9, 2021
Town of Mountain Village files lawsuit against owners of Lot 615-CR, asks for immediate order to ensure trail safety and access
On Thursday, September 9, 2021, the Town of Mountain Village filed a lawsuit in the San Miguel County District Court…Read More about Town of Mountain Village files lawsuit against owners of Lot 615-CR, asks for immediate order to ensure trail safety and access
Sep 4, 2021
In a special meeting on Saturday, September 4, 2021, held for the purpose of discussing Lot 615 1CR and the Meadows…Read More about Mountain Village Town Council votes to issue quiet title action on Lot 615 1CR