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Summer 2015 Redevelopment Updates

  • Sutton Place culvert replacement begins in August
  • Sutton Place closed to vehicles until November 24/ Pedestrian access and signage up
  • Utility work for electrical power, natural gas/fiber optics trench up Hwy 150 will not start until late June and will continue in sections this Summer and next Summer.
  • Clearing and preparation have started on Thunderbird Road “Sprung Structure” site
  • Demolition of existing Pagoda buildings has been completed, and excavating new building/hotel footprint has started
  • Starting de-watering plan so all construction zone waters go into a holding pond for filtering
  • Digging of hotel elevator pits starts May
  • Shoring against Snakedance Condos May/June
  • Summer Businesses Are OPEN!
    So come up to check out the progress, take a hike and stay for lunch at the Stray Dog Cantina!

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TSV Inc., Taos Ski Valley Resort Updates 


TSV Inc. Initial 2012 Announcement of Planning


On August 23, 2012, the Forest Service authorized Taos Ski Valley to develop 2 new chairlifts, 2 new gladed runs, a snowtubing area, mtn biking & snowshoeing trails, & a new drop-off at the base area, as well as, replace 3 chairlifts & reconfigure several parking lots within its current special use permit boundary. A Notice of Availability for the draft EIS was published in the Federal Register on January 13, 2012. See below for documents prepared to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Click below on the buttons to view the full redevelopment plans for Taos Ski Valley.






The Village of Taos Ski Valley 2012 Master Plan


The original Village of Taos Ski Valley Master Plan (Master Plan) was developed during a community wide charette held from February 16 through February 22,2006 at the Village of Taos Ski Valley. The Master Plan was developed in response to increasing development pressure in the Kachina Basin and the Village Core areas of Taso Ski Valley. Since that time the Master Plan was revised and adopted by the Village of Taos Ski Valley in November of 2010. Please view the 2012 revised Master Plan below.




Taos Regional Airport Redevelopment Plans

At the Taos Convention Center, Saturday (Oct. 6), Thompson focused his camera as U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman, Taos Mayor Darren Córdova, acting FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and leaders of Taos Pueblo filed into council chambers to finalize a historic agreement.

Huerta was on-hand to announce the FAA’s Record of Decision — the final step in a decades-long Environmental Impact Statement for the project, which will give the airport a new crosswind runway. He also announced that the FAA will award a $1.05 million grant to help fund the $20 million project. Click below to read the full redevelopment plans for the Taos Airport.