When you are on the search for the best Rockvale CO auto insurance available you want to make sure that you aren’t just paying the perfect price for auto coverage – but that you are getting the perfect amount of coverage for the money, too. Surprisingly, auto insurance companies aren’t often all that upfront … Continue reading What does my Rockvale CO auto insurance cover?
Rockvale is not an Italian, Austrian, Polish, or Irish originated town. It is made up of many different cultural groups from all over the world. Because America itself is made up of all different walks of life, Rockvale is an all-American town. This is because many of those who were born and raised here, stayed … Continue reading Rockvale – “a rocky valley”
VIPs at Coal Camp Days, 2004 Colonel William Horace May homesteaded Rockvale land in 1863. May was born in Vermont in 1832 and died of typhoid fever on July 29, 1888. He was only 56 years old. He settled on low farmland in 1860. After suffering losses twice by floods, he moved to higher ground … Continue reading A Few of the Old Generation Living But Not In Rockvale At The Present Time
History of Rockville Water Provision for operating the water works of the town of Rockvale, collecting revenues for water furnished, and making provisions concerning penalties was provided by Ordinance No. 40, approved and adopted April 6, 1893. This is about time the stone reservoir was built. The largest of the reservoirs was built in 1918. … Continue reading Waterworks
Rockvale Centennial Rockvale celebrated its centennial in 1986 The celebration of “Rockvale Days” ended in 2002. The celebration became known as “Coal Camp Days” and now includes the towns of Rockvale, Coal Creek, and Williamsburg.
Churches – Early Days Rockvale extended from the foot of Oak Creek Grade down into Stringtown where the boundary was marked by a flagpole dividing the Embleton house, the kitchen being in Williamsburg, while the living room and bedrooms were in Rockvale. From the Town Hall and across the tracks Rockvale extended over Oak Creek … Continue reading Churches