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Posted on: June 22, 2018

Preliminary Community Survey Results

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Andrej Birjulin of Confluence Research and Training conducted the 2018 Cordillera Community Survey.  Preliminary results have been presented May 18, June 26 and July 9

The response rate for the survey was 66% of properties (475 unique h...

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Posted on: June 13, 2018

Fire Restrictions Enacted for Cordillera; Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Enacted in Eagle County

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June 13, 2018Contact: Cordillera Administration Office | 970-926-1923In the interest of public health, safety and welfare, Cordillera General Manager Rachel Oys enacts fire restrictions for Cordillera effective immediately. In addition, Eagle County has i...

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Posted on: December 4, 2017

Douglas Fir Beetle Found in Cordillera Trees

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The Douglas-fir beetle was found in Cordillera in the summer of 2017 and has already stricken several old-growth trees at the Trailhead.  Cordillera Healthy Forest worked with the Forest Service and State epidemiologist to develop a Douglas Fir B...

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Posted on: April 14, 2018

Preventing Problems With Bears is a Community Effort

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Bears typically become active in mid-March and are hungry. With a nose that is 100 times more sensitive than humans, a bear can smell food five miles away. Their natural diet consists of grasses, berries, fruits, nuts and plants, but they will resort to p...

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Posted on: April 14, 2018

DRB Reviews Landscape and Architectural Projects

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Design Review Board ReminderA busy summer is ahead with home construction and renovations. Currently there are eight new homes under construction and three new homes in the DRB review process.  As a reminder, home projects-both big and small-may ...

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Posted on: April 2, 2018

Preventing Problems With Bears is a Community Effort

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Bears typically become active in mid-March and are hungry. With a nose that is 100 times more sensitive than humans, a bear can smell food five miles away. Their natural diet consists of grasses, berries, fruits, nuts and plants, but they will resort to p...

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