Mountain Village & Neighboring Subdivisions on Water Restriction Starting June 1

On June 1, the Town of Mountain Village has taken the precaution of setting limits on residential water usage. Restrictions will apply to residents north of Mountain Village Boulevard and Elk Run. All properties south of Mountain Village Boulevard, plus the Ski Ranches and Skyfield, may water landscaping on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Once the … Read More

Telluride Gondola Set To Reopen After Repair

The Telluride Gondola should open in its entirety tonight after some necessary gear work and repair. The Parking Segment from Mountain Village center to the parking lot by Mountain Village Market is open as well as the segment from Mountain Village Center to Allred’s/St Sophia Station. Shuttle service to and from Telluride and Mountain Village … Read More

Telluride Blues and Brews Announces Complete Lineup

The 19th Annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival lineup featuring headliners Phil Lesh & Friends, Gov’t Mule, and The B-52s announced recently added musical geniuses Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Little Feat, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Anders Osborne, Orgone, and more to the festival lineup. Previously released acts will include performances by The … Read More

Telluride’s Summer Festival Season Is Underway

Memorial Day weekend signals the official start of the Festival season in Telluride, Colorado. Since 1979, Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating and inspiring audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving and conversations worth sustaining. For more information, to purchase passes or movie schedule go to: http://www.mountainfilm.org/

Telluride Conference Study Complete

Two options to improve the Telluride Conference Center have been proposed by HVS Convention, Sports and Entertainment Services. The first option is to update and upgrade the exisitng facility, which is located under the Franz Klammer Lodge in Mountain Village. This cost would be $2 million and address technology issues. Phase Two would cost about … Read More

Telluride’s San Miguel Valley Corp Submits Plans

Telluride Colorado’s San Miguel Valley Corporation has submitted a preliminary development plan for two parcels it owns west of Telluride. The first plan is north of the 145 Highway Spur and includes 20 single family homes spread out on 121 acres of land and would be accessed by the Mill Creek Road. The second development … Read More

Telluride Brewing Company Wins Major Award

The new Telluride Brewing Company, of Telluride, Colorado won a GOLD World Beer Cup Award for its Face Down Brown ale at the World Beer Cup in San Diego. They beat out 46 other entries for the award. Overall the Telluride Brewing Company brews 10 different beers. Go check them out the next time you … Read More

April Real Estate Sales in Telluride, Colorado

April Real Estate Sales in the Telluride Region show that despite a decline in the number of transactions, we are up 18% in dollar volume as compared to April 2011. The dip in number of transactions was due to 30 Peaks Hotel Condominiums selling last April. Overall we are making up for the dismal month … Read More

Telluride’s Regional Airports Continue to Get Maintenance

The two major airports that service the Telluride Resort will continue to get improvements. Telluride Regional Airport (TEX) will add $7.6 million in improvements with pavement sealing, water storage/well work and erosion control. As for Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ) a new taxiway is being built to make departing and arriving more efficient. This adds to … Read More

Telluride Mountain Village’s Dial A Ride Scaled Back

Mountain Village officials have decided to cut back on Dial A Ride service for the Summer of 2012. Hours will be from Noon until Midnight. This cut was necessary based on an estimated property tax revenue shortfall of 15%. However, when occupancy is highest, like Telluride Bluegrass Festival or 4th of July, additional service will … Read More