HAPPY NEW YEAR-Note from the Vail Chamber

Happy New Year to the most amazing business community!We know that 2020 was a huge challenge for so many different reasons. Being able to adapt, refocus, implement change, then turn around and do that over and over again the last 9 months has been nothing short of a miracle.  Each of you continues to inspire us […]

IRS Statement about Second Economic Impact Payments and Get My Payment

Information provided by Ann Burton- Senior Stakeholder Liason IRS Statement about Second Economic Impact Payments and Get My Payment The IRS updated the Get My Payment tool with information related to the second round of Economic Impact Payments. There is currently heavy demand on the tool given the large number of payments going out and […]

Free $25 Gift Card Program for Vail Businesses & Employee’s

The Town of Vail and Vail Chamber is giving out $25 gift cards to businesses for their employees!  The cards can be used at participating Vail businesses Oct 15th through Dec 15th. We need business participants! Sign up here If you accept the card, you then turn the card in to us and we reimburse you for […]


Meeting to be held in Council Chambers (public access is limited) and virtually athighfivemedia.org/live-five 1:30 p.m.  |  Vail Town Council Afternoon MeetingTown Council Chambers & Virtual1.    Presentations/Discussions       1.1    2020 Community Survey Results   (30 min.)       1.2    Vail Valley Drive Safety Improvements   (30 min.)       1.3    Vail Roundabout Lighting Project   (5 min.)       1.4    Review Draft […]

Biff America: Breaking bread with Semitics and sharing a Christmas story

By Krista Driscoll I heard a wonderful Christmas story last Sunday at a Hanukkah party.Elke, one of my Jewish friends, once summed up the origins of most of their holidays as “They tried to kill us, we won, let’s eat.” The Hanukkah story is no exception. After being oppressed and persecuted by the Syrians, the […]