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Open House Concerning Recreation Master Plan

The City of Steamboat will host an open house tomorrow concerning the Parks, Recreation, Open Space, Trails and River Master Plan. The plan will provide a 10-year vision for the city’s park and recreation facilities, as well as an action plan for implementation. The public is invited to the open house Continue reading

US Congressional Candidate To Visit Craig

A Democrat Candidate for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district will be in Craig this week to talk to voters. Karl Hanlon of Carbondale will attend a meet and greet in Continue reading

Apply For Craig Parks & Rec Board

The Craig Parks & Recreation Department is now accepting application for the Parks & Recreation and Open Space Advisory Board.  Applications need to be submitted by Wednesday. Members of the advisory board serve three year staggered terms. There is currently an Continue reading

Tax Increase Takes Budget From Deficit To Surplus

The Craig City Council passed the City budget for 2018 at their meeting last night. The budget calls for $8.96 million in spending, with revenues estimated at $9.2 million, allowing the Continue reading

Mandatory Inspections For Trash Trucks

Trash trucks coming into Craig from outside the city will now have to pay a yearly inspection fee to ensure they meet the City’s safety requirements. The Craig City council passed an ordinance at their meeting Tuesday night that Continue reading

No Trash Pick-Up On Thanksgiving

The City of Craig will not be collecting trash this Thursday due to the Thanksgiving holiday.  If your normal pick-up day is Continue reading

Learn More About Steamboat City Opperations

The City of Steamboat is accepting applications from residents who would like to learn more about City operations. The City 101 program gives interested parties an opportunity to learn Continue reading

$600K Pulled From Reserves To Balance Budget

The Craig City Council introduced the City budget for 2018 at their meeting last night. The budget calls for $8.7 million in spending, with revenues estimated at $8.1 Continue reading

Trash Truck Inspections May Soon Be Required

Trash trucks coming into Craig from outside the city may soon have to pay a yearly inspection fee to ensure they meet the City’s safety requirements. The Craig  City council introduced an ordinance at their meeting last night that would require trash haulers to pay $200 a Continue reading

Denver Eyed As Location For Winter Olympics

The U.S. Olympic Committee is interested in hosting a Winter Olympics, either in 2026 or 2030 and are eyeing Salt Lake City, Denver and Reno as potential locations. The last Winter Olympics in the United States were in Salt Lake City in 2002. US Olympic Committee chairman, Larry Probst said he has heard Continue reading

New Off Leash Areas For Dogs Approved

Four new off leash areas for dogs are now open in Steamboat. The new areas approved for off leash dog activities are the upper and lower portion of Blackmere Trail, the Butcherknife trail, the lower Spring Creek Trail and Whistler Park.  The City Council approved off leash Continue reading

Surveys To Evaluate Public Transportation Needs

Time is running out to fill out a survey to assist the City of Craig in updating their transit development plan. As part of the update, Continue reading