Town of Gypsum News

You'll find lots to do here year-round for all ages - it's a huge calendar of events for our small size! Most events are free or low cost with a focus on promoting healthy activity.

JOB POSTING - Full-Time Class “A” Certified Water Plant Operator

THE TOWN OF GYPSUM is accepting applications for a FULL-TIME CLASS “A” CERTIFIED WATER PLANT OPERATOR  $24.79 - $30.99/hr. DOQ, plus an excellent benefits package.  Works under the general guidance of the Assistant Public Works Director, to

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Spring Passport Saturday on March 7th, 9am-2:30pm

For your convenience, in addition to the usual weekday service, the Town of Gypsum provides Passport Services two Saturdays a year at the Gypsum Town Hall. In 2020 those Saturdays are March 7th and September 26th, 9:00am-2:30pm.

Applying for a passport can be complicated. The documents necessary

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Gypsum Sewer Rate Increase Starts February 1, 2020

On January 14, 2020, the Gypsum Town Council approved an ordinance that will increase all wastewater collection and processing base rates by six percent (6%), for both commercial and residential users. Effective, February 1, 2020, monthly residential sewer charges will be $25.44 and monthly commercial

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Bill Pay Now Available Over the Phone, 24/7!

As part of a new service offering called Interactive Voice Response (IVR) from Xpress Bill Pay (our existing online bill pay service), you may now pay your Gypsum utility bills at any time, from anywhere, 24/7, over

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Tobacco & Nicotine Product Purchase Age & Tax Increase for 2020

Beginning January 1, 2020 you will need to be at least 21-years-old to purchase tobacco and nicotine products in the Town of Gypsum. ...Eagle County tax increase on these products goes into effect 1/1/20 as well.

On October 22, 2019, the Gypsum Town Council adopted Ordinance

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Public Notice - Upcoming Trail Construction

The Eagle County Airport in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing to relocate and slightly expand the aircraft deicing operation area at the Airport (Figure 1). As a result, a portion of the Eagle Valley Trail will be relocated (Figure 2). It is anticipated

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