Community Links

Local Information


  • Aspen Valley Hospital - 
  • Valley View Hospital –
  • Basalt After Hours Emergency Clinic: 
234 Cody Lane, Basalt, CO 81621
970 544-1250
5PM-10:30 PM Monday through Friday
8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday

Local Fire Departments:

Local/Regional Law Enforcement:

  • Eagle County Sheriff 970-479-2200
  • Pitkin County Sheriff 970-920-5300
  • Garfield County Police Department 970-945-0453
  • Colorado State Patrol 970-824-6501
  • Aspen Police Department 970-920-5400
  • Snowmass Village Police Department 970-923-5330

Other Emergency Information: 

  • Aspen Ambulance 970-925-1120
  • Basalt Ambulance 970-920-5310
  • Carbondale Ambulance 970-963-2491
  • Glenwood Springs Ambulance 970-384-6480
  • Colorado Department of Transportation – road conditions  - 
  • Emergency Medical for house pets Valley Emergency Pet Care 970 927-5066
  • High County Accidents

Please note that if you are a hiker, rider or are out on public lands in anyway, it is highly recommended that you get an annual Colorado Division of Wildlife Permit. For more information go to

General Information

Accommodations & Dining:

The Roaring Fork Valley is chock full of wonderful accommodations and restaurants, we are providing only general links for you to identify what works for you. Many of the general information links will also have related information.


As forecasting is tricky, we list a variety of options! Use local zip codes Aspen 81621 Snowmass 81615 Basalt 81621 Carbondale 81623 Glenwood Springs 81601

Local News: 



Cross country ski:
Other outdoor adventure organizations:
  • 10th Mountain Division Huts
  • Peak locator for Colorado's highest mountains and local information


Museums & Galleries:



Historical Societies: 

Lectures and Symposiums: 

  • International nonprofit fostering value based leadership; offers seminars, public policy programs and conferences
  • Latest in clinical and health research presenting lectures and seminars 
  • AWF programs employ literature as a tool for broadening perspectives, fostering connections, inspiring creativity
  • Various presentations concerning physics, astrophysics and related fields 


There are a plethora of environmental not for profits in the Roaring Fork Valley. Below is but a brief list focusing on those that offer year round outreach and educational programs including programs specifically for children and families.   

  • Aspen Center for Environmental Studies offers educational programs and activities about in Aspen and Basalt 
  • Carbondale based conservation watchdog of the White River National Forest and adjacent federal public lands
  • Aspen Valley Land Trust 
  • Roaring Fork Outdoor Leadership – volunteer based trail maintenance programs 
  • Roaring Fork Conservancy  protecting the rivers and streams in the Roaring Fork Valley   

Horse related information: