Settled by pioneering ranch families in 1883, Gypsum is located at the western edge of Eagle County. The town was named for the high concentration of Gypsum deposits in the area and was incorporated in 1911. Already the most populous municipality in Eagle Country, Gypsum is a growing and developing community with easy access to Vail and an abundance of healthy outdoor activities. Gypsum is working on a master plan that includes beautifying highways, creating a welcoming central downtown, and economic growth through community development.
Gypsum was settled by pioneering ranch families in 1883 and is located at the western edge of Eagle County.
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The Gypsum Town Council consists of seven elected representatives. Each council member is a resident of Gypsum, committed to the responsible growth of our community.
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The beauty of Gypsum and its residents, captured in photography.
The Master Plan in place for the future of Gypsum.
Designated as a “Playful City USA” community, the Town of Gypsum, the Western Eagle County Recreation District and its affiliates have planned a year of engaging and exciting events for 2015.
The Town of Gypsum has many parks and recreational sites to enjoy throughout the year. The parks are maintained by the Public Works Parks department, volunteers and the citizens of Gypsum.