- Created: 27 January 2020 27 January 2020
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Lake San Cristobal is the second largest natural lake in Colorado. This area offers spectacular natural beauty and a variety of year-round outdoor recreational activities. Please help Hinsdale County plan management and infrastructure improvements.
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- Created: 19 November 2019 19 November 2019
The intent of the Lake City Parking Assessment is to evaluate existing conditions and parking demand, identify issues with parking and future parking needs, and make recommendations to affect change in the parking areas throughout the study area. In this study, Lake City (Town) sought to identify solutions to existing parking challenges—such as the lack of way nding and parking inef ciencies creating parking shortages near the Downtown Core. One of the Key Findings of this study was that although there is an abundance of parking availability, the lack of way nding to this parking and delineating parking to increase effectiveness has created many parking issues around the Town. Increasing parking effectiveness in the Downtown Core and providing additional temporary parking lots during events will solve many of the parking shortage and safety issues currently faced by Lake City residents and visitors. The analysis completed and recommendations determined from site visits, interviews, and parking studies of Lake City are compiled in this report along with accompanying diagrams and maps.
- Created: 30 September 2019 30 September 2019
Dear Community –
Thanks for another spectacular Lake City Uncorked Wine and Music Festival! Gorgeous weather, awesome sound, great music, and good friends … this event would be impossible without volunteers! A huge thank you to the Lake City DIRT Board of Directors (Elaine Gray, Sandy Murphy, Greg Collins, Marian Hollingsworth, Grant Houston, Ruthanna Hall, Ben Hake, Danielle Worthen, Patty Crotwell, Nate Motsinger, Lynn McNitt, Richard Moore) for a year of work before each Uncorked event.
Thank you for financial assistance from our premier sponsors (Becky Beedy, Climb Elevated Eatery, Community Banks of Colorado, Dog+Bone, Hinsdale County Lodging Tax Board, Hinsdale County, Steve & Happy Johns, Law of the Rockies, Patrick Proffer, MD, San Luis Valley Brewing Company, and the Town of Lake City); gold sponsors (Hall Realty, Inc., Jud and Marian Hollingsworth, and The Sportsman Outdoors & Fly Shop); silver sponsors (Alpine Village, Blue Spruce Building Materials, Castle Lakes Campground & Cabins, Confluence in Lake City, Dave’s Art Glass, G&M Cabins, Lakeview Property Management, Lake City Bakery, Melty’s, Mountaineer Theatre, Native Texan Landscapes, O’Loughlin & Schumacher, OMGoodness Spa, Park Avenue Rentals, Russ Brown Gallery, Team Murphy Realty, The Texan Resort, Town Square Cabins & Mini Mart, and Utah’s Sanitation); bronze sponsors (Bluebird Boutique, Cabin Fever Mercantile, Elkhorn Liquors, Elkhorn RV Resort, Highlander RV & Campground, Hinsdale County Emergency Medical Services, Sheriff’s Office, Search & Rescue, Road & Bridge, John Wagner Public Library, JP King Auction Company, Keep in Touch Spa Salon, Lake City Arts, Lake City / Hinsdale County Chamber of Commerce, Lake City Brewing Company, Lake City Café, Lake City Sports & Auto Center, Packer Saloon & Cannibal Grill, Paradise Property Service, Pleasant View Cabins & Jeep Rentals, Rene’s Garage, Republic National Distributing Company, Silver Spur Gifts & Motel, Silver World Newspaper, Slumgullion Gift Gallery, Southern Vittles, WEBCO, and The Flyin Pig). Thanks to Yolie Brown for the 2019 image, B4 Studio, Sandy Hines, and JakPrints for assistance with marketing design and fabrication.
Music was provided by Bruce Hayes, opening by Jeff Heaton, Shavano Blue Trio, the Lisa Morales Band, HoneyHouse, Cash’d Out, and Mo’Champipple & the Meso Horns. Production assistance was provided by Snob Productions, Park Avenue Rentals, and High Octane Enterprises (Eric Grossman). Special thanks to emcee Phillip Virden. Thanks to Darin Thorn of Republic National Distributing and the San Luis Valley Brewing Company (Mike and Mary Young). Once again, we had beautiful, hand-painted wine glasses from Julie Reel. Thanks, Chuck Chetwin, for coordinating vendors (Kip’s Grill, Haugen’s Mountain Grown Lamb, Climb Elevated Eatery, Mountain Valley Kettle Corn, Smokin’ Johnny’s BBQ, Autumn Tenyl Designs, Alpen Glow Essentials, Clay Memory, Dream Wild Studio, Festive Fascinators, Glassy Girls, From the High Country, HJ’s Hats of Crested Butte, Jeansonne’s Fine Designs, Lady Unique Boutique, Rocky Mountain Antler Art, Laurel’s Pearls, Pets & Pine Candle Co., Pete Emerson Silversmith, Peppermills of Distinction, Pinon Wood Fibers Ranch, Queen Beads, Rocky Mountain Outback Hats, Shot & Hunt, and the Jewelry Smith. Thanks to our accommodations Alpine Village, The Texan, Gowdy Properties, and G&M Cabins.
Cheers to Diane Bruce and Tom Hamel for overseeing a smooth Wine Tent operation and Greg Collins for the Beer Booth. Green room space provided by Lake City Arts (thank you!) and coordinated by Peggy Bales (thanks to all the donors of amazing food!). Ruthanna Hall and Elaine Gray oversaw the ticket booth and thanks to Lynn McNitt for the products booth. Thank you to Noah Krouse and volunteers for providing security, to Britt McLaughlin and Emergency Medical Services for on-site medical assistance, and to the Hinsdale County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement. Thanks to Ben Hake for clean facilities, park setup, and a Safe Ride home! Thank you, Mike Young, for a new Safe Ride sign at a moment’s notice. Special thanks to Hinsdale County for the new crowd control barriers for our community.
A huge thank you to our 175 community volunteers who make this day possible Mark your calendars & tell your friends – September 19, 2020.
Lake City DIRT