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Town of Winter Park Approves Requirement of Face Coverings

During a meeting on July 7th, Winter Park Town Council approved Ordinance 541 requiring face coverings to be worn. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the health of Winter Park residents and visitors has been our highest priority. With the community reopening and busy fall and winter seasons ahead of us, we feel this action is imperative […]

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A Joint Statement from the Town of Fraser, Town of Winter Park and Fraser Winter Park Police Department

A Joint Statement from the Town of Fraser, Town of Winter Park and Fraser Winter Park Police Department

As representatives of the Towns of Fraser and Winter Park, we are making this statement on behalf of our communities. Fraser and Winter Park are inclusive communities where we celebrate diversity and value all residents and guests. We believe everyone deserves equality and the right to freedom from discrimination. While hateful and intolerant ideologies exist […]

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Community Reopening

Community Reopening

Keep Grand Safe, Keep Grand Healthy Last Updated: May 29, 2020 We’re not out of the woods yet, but our community has done a great job containing the virus during the “stay at home” order. Winter Park lodging (including short-term rentals), restaurants, and businesses are open and ready to safely welcome back guests. To keep […]

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Vasquez Road & Trail Closure

Vasquez Road (Forest Service Road 148), from the Town of Winter Park boundary to the Grand County Water & Sanitation District No. 1 water plant, and Twin Bridges Trail (N90) will be closed to all uses from June 1 through Oct. 15, 2020. These closures are needed to safely allow the construction of a key […]

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Downtown Plan Adopted

After twelve months of community feedback and design work, the Town of Winter Park is excited to release the adopted Downtown Plan! Creating a Downtown Plan has been a high priority for the Town to ensure our downtown is thriving, walkable, and welcoming for locals and visitors. The final document provides a roadmap for the […]

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Get to Know Our Incoming Council Members

In the April 2020 municipal election, Winter Park residents voted 3 new Council members and 1 returning member into office – Mike Davlin, Jeremy Henn, Jennifer Hughes and Michael Periolat. Get to know them and what they’re looking forward to accomplishing during their terms. Mike Davlin “Hang in there, as this too shall pass.” Mike […]

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