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  1. Get up to speed on the new Castle Creek Bridge project.

    New Castle Creek Bridge

    For more than 30 years, our community has been discussing the best transportation options in and out of Aspen. Since the existing Castle Creek Bridge is nearing the end of its lifespan, it’s time to get serious about building a new bridge. Read on...
  2. Artist with short hair standing next to artwork featured at Aspen City Hall

    Red Brick Accepting Artwork for Aspen City Hall

    The Red Brick Center for the Arts is accepting submissions for artwork that will be on display in Aspen's City Hall. Selected artworks will be exhibited for a two-year period between May 2023 & April 2025. The deadline for submission is December 2, 2022. Read on...
  3. AIM customer portal

    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...
  4. ASpen 311 Connect: Submit and track service requests, report issues, ask qsk questions. aspen.gov

    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. 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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    Short-term Rentals

    Your guide to the City's new short-term rental permitting program. 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...
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  1. City of Aspen Fills Three Key Roles

    Aspen City Manager Sara Ott announces promotions, new hire that bring familiar faces into IT Director, Chief Building Officer and senior project manager roles, filling three key positions with the City Read on...
  2. Call for Submissions: Red Brick Accepting Artwork for Aspen City Hall

    The Red Brick Center for the Arts is accepting submissions for artwork that will be on display in Aspen's City Hall. Selected artworks will be exhibited for a two-year period between May 2023 & April 2025. The deadline for submission is December 2, 2022. Read on...
  3. Childcare Financial Aid Available

    Kids First increased its funding for childcare financial aid, as well as extended the application deadline. New and returning families may submit applications for increased childcare financial aid through Nov. 8, 2022. Read on...
  4. City seeks community input on Aspen Lumberyard Affordable Housing Project public transit, naming

    The City of Aspen invites the community to offer input and hear from the project team on the current status and timeline of the Aspen Lumberyard Affordable Housing Project at one of two open houses Thursday, November 3. Read on...
  5. Monaghan, Nichols Named Co-Managers for City of Aspen’s Kids First

    The City of Aspen announced that Megan Monaghan and Nancy Nichols have been named as the new co-managers of Kids First, a department that serves as an early childhood resource center supporting quality, affordable childcare choices in Aspen. Read on...
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