News & Updates

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    Customer Portal Available Now for all Aspen Utility Customers

    The City of Aspen has been working to upgrade all electric & water meters for all its customers. The new system, called AIM, allows customers to view and download their water and electric consumption data by registering for the AIM Customer Portal. Read on...
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    Short-term Rentals

    Your guide to the City's new short-term rental permitting program. Read on...
  3. Conceptual drawing of new Paepcke Transit Hub with text saying Paepcke Transit Hub IMprovements

    Paepcke Transit Hub Improvements

    Construction on the new Paepcke Transit Hub is underway and targeted to open in November. Learn more and sign-up to receive project updates on AspenCommunityVoice.com. Read on...
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    The City of Aspen Launches Aspen 311 Connect

    The City of Aspen announces the launch of Aspen 311 Connect, the City’s customer service platform that will allow the community to submit requests, concerns, questions and kudos through the convenience of a mobile device or online portal. Read on...
  5. click here for more information about electric vehicle charging in Aspen

    Charging for Charging Begins Aug. 8

    Beginning August 8, the City will charge a fee for the use of our fast-charging EV charging stations. Users of the DCFC fast-charging stations are subject to a $0.45/ kWh demand use charge. Read on...
  6. click here for information about updates to residential building processes and regulations

    Residential Building Regulation Updates

    Your guide to the new residential building regulations that went into effect July 30, 2022. Read on...
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    Stage 2 Water Shortage Continues to be in Effect in Aspen

    The City of Aspen is in a Stage 2 Water Shortage. With the US Drought Monitor declaring Pitkin County in "severe" and "extreme" drought conditions & local rivers running at lower than average flows, we as a community must work together to conserve Read on...
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    Free Irrigation Assessments for Aspen Water Customers

    The City of Aspen is supporting the community’s efficient use of water by offering free irrigation assessments to interested Aspen water customers. Read on...
  9. black bear in forest picture taken by Stephen Olitsky

    Wildlives. Listen to Your Better Nature.

    When you see wildlife, use the rule of thumb. Keep your distance, dogs on leash, and your snacks to yourself. Read on...
  10. COVID Resources - Newsflash

    COVID-19 Resources

    Want to know where to get tested or vaccinated? Curious about when to wear a mask? Here's your connection to COVID-19 information and resources in Pitkin County and Aspen. Read on...
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  1. ABC Trail Closure on Maroon Creek Bridge

    There will be a full closure of the Maroon Creek Bridge pedestrian trail, and a required detour will be in place on the ABC Trail between Aspen and the Airport Business Center between August 22 and August 31. Read on...
  2. Aspen Recreation Names Two Department Heads

    Aspen Parks and Recreation announced that Desiree Whitehead has been named the City’s new Recreation Manager. The Department also announced that Jim Pratt has been appointed as the new Golf Manager. Read on...
  3. City of Aspen Seeks Proposals for Rio Grande Building Restaurant Space

    The City of Aspen seeks proposals from qualified vendors for the commercial restaurant space located at 455 Rio Grande Place. Read on...
  4. Night Work on Paepcke Transit Hub Improvements Project Begins August 15

    The Paepcke Transit Hub Improvements project shift into a night-work phase from Monday, Aug. 15 through Wednesday, Aug. 23. Work hours will be from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. and are needed to complete the storm line replacement across East Main Street. Read on...
  5. City of Aspen Hires Lodging and Commercial Core Program Manager

    The City of Aspen is pleased to announce the hire of Emmy Garrigus as the Lodging and Commercial Core Program Manager. In this new position, Garrigus will administer the City’s new short-term rental program, and be a liaison for businesses in the core. Read on...
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