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COVID-19 Update

Yes, we are still talking about COVID-19 protocols and how best to keep the most of us healthy. Vaccines work, so we encourage everyone to get the vaccine and the booster if applicable. Just last week the CDC began recommending the vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. If you’re not vaccinated, a mask should […]

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COVID-19 Update – May 18

Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley continues to comply with all local, state and federal orders in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. With disease incidence showing a steady decline and vaccination rates on the rise, Eagle County Public Health and Environment (ECPHE) will lift all local public health orders related to COVID-19 on May 19. The CDC lifted mask mandates. While

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The High Cost of Home

Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley advocates for policy change to increase affordable housing options The high cost of home has been a fact of life in Eagle County for years—and it’s just as much of a problem around the United States. Advocating for policies that will increase access to and supply of affordable homes in

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Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley to meet with Colorado’s federal policymakers about the critical need for affordable homes

Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley (HFHVV) will join hundreds of local Habitat organizations and home  affordability advocates Tuesday for Habitat for Humanity’s annual legislative conference, held virtually  for the first time: Habitat on the Hill 2021: For home, from home.   The three-day event, normally held in Washington, D.C., gives advocates an opportunity to convene

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