Edwards Area

Nestled in the Vail Valley just west of the famous ski and resort towns of Vail, Edwards is the fastest growing community in Eagle County. Founded in the late 1800s, Edwards is home to many resort employees who make the easy commute to Vail. Along with the world-class skiing just minutes away, Edwards serves up many other outdoor adventures. From fly-fishing, to floating down the Eagle River, to hiking through serene wilderness areas — it’s all available around this mountain town. In town, the Riverwalk offers a variety of inviting shops and eateries. From a lively brewery to the quintessential outdoor store, community establishments in Edwards are full of locals planning yet another Colorado adventure. There are also plenty of boutiques, art galleries and specialty shops right next door in the pedestrian-friendly Vail and Lionshead villages. Continuing in Vail’s upscale tradition, Edwards is also home to several bistros with excellent wine lists and a plush lodge and spa where visitors are treated to the finest in mountain pampering. There are also more than a dozen golf courses near Edwards. (content from colorado.com)

Edwards Area Development Proposals 

Highway 6 Car Wash Proposal

Summary of Request: The applicant is requesting a Minor Type A Subdivision to legalize an
approximately 1.16 acre parcel. Application materials note that at the completion of the subdivision
process, the applicants intend to develop the property with a retail tire store, automated car wash, mini
self storage and EV charging stations. All of these uses are permitted by right in the
Commercial-General (CG) District. Referral Form
Comments will be accepted through February 27

Riverwalk PUD Amendment

Summary of Request: Request for an amendment to the Planned Unit Development Guide for
Riverwalk and a Finding of No Significant Impact from 1041 Regulations to include the following:
1. General clean up, formatting, and organization;
2. Allowance of trash and recycling facilities and compactors on open space tract in a specific
3. Simplification to the calculation of gross floor area based on assessor information;
4. Increase in allowable Net Floor Area;
5. Clarification of building names and original PUD identifiers;
6. Allowance of additional building height for Building N: Theater Building
7. Provision that any additional development for the Theater Building is subject to current Eagle
County Housing Guidelines;
8. Updated PUD reference map based on developed conditions; and
9. Adding in Eagle River Water and Sanitation standard water conservation language as an
appendix to the PUD Guide.
Comments will be accepted through February 15