Input Sought on Recycling Center

The City of Aspen has set aside resources this year to improve the Rio Grande Recycling Center in Aspen and is continually seeking public input on the project. 

“We know the site needs help with drainage and paving, as well as a general sprucing up, but what in particular would people like to see there?” asked Lee Cassin, director of the City’s Environmental Health Department. “We hope to hear from the public again at an upcoming council meeting as well as electronically.”


The City has created a general survey for members of the public to share their thoughts electronically. The survey is posted here.

City Council will be discussing the project at a work session on Tuesday, April 27, at 4:30 p.m. (Council Chambers, Aspen City Hall, 130 S. Galena). The public is welcome to share their comments at that meeting in person as well.

Have questions on the project? Contact Lee Cassin in Environmental Health at 970-920-5075.

Posted on Thursday, April 15, 2010