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Steamboat Accepting City Council Applications

Applications are being accepted from individuals interested in taking over for Tony Connell as the District 1 representative on the Steamboat Springs City Council. Connell is stepping down from his role following the regularly scheduled meeting on February 14th. His successor will take over for the remainder of his term which lasts through Continue reading

City Of Craig Race Is On


Eight people will vie for three open City Council seats during the April Election in Craig. Kent Nielson, Tony Bohrer, and Jarrod Ogden will all seek re-election to the board and will run against Andrea Camp, Bill Johnston, Rod Compton, Chris Nichols and Continue reading

Steamboat Residents Should Help Remove Snow

With snow expected through the weekend, the City of Steamboat is asking the community for their assistance with snow removal operations. Residents are responsible for maintaining their own driveways, parking areas and sidewalks. Snow should be kept on your property, and never push snow into a public street. Fire hydrants should remain un-covered Continue reading

UDDATE-Craig City Council Petitions Due Monday

Petitions for individuals interested in running for Craig City Council in the April Election are due in the city clerk’s office at Craig City hall Monday. Candidates are required to collect a Continue reading

Craig Trash Schedule For New Years Day

The City of Craig will not collect trash this Monday. If your regular pick-up day is Monday, your trash will be Continue reading

Texan Hired As Craig City Manager

Mike Foreman of Texas has been hired as the next City Manager for the City of Craig. Craig Mayor Ray Beck says that the City is extremely pleased with the hire and that Foreman should be an outstanding asset to the community. Foreman was selected from a group of three finalists that were announced earlier this month. He has a master’s degree in urban development from the University of Texas and is a graduate of the Texas Municipal League Continue reading

Steamboat Prioritizes Which Roads To Plow

With the winter weather now in Northwest Colorado snow plow operations will be in effect for the remainder of the season. While these operations are taking place, Steamboat residents should be aware that the City uses a priority system to determine which roads should be plowed. Steamboat is responsible for Continue reading

Council To Consider Recreational Marijuana Ballot Question

grow craigThose who use medical marijuana in Craig will still be able to get marijuana in the City. The City Council approved a lease extension for the Craig Apothecary at their meeting last night. Members of the group Grow Craig were also at the meeting to ask the Council to reconsider putting a question dealing with recreational marijuana on the Ballot for the April election. The council decided 4 to 3 to direct the city attorney to construct a question for their consideration. Those who voted no, Continue reading

Craig City Manager Finalists Selected

city of craigFinalists to fill the City Manager position for the City of Craig have been selected. Mike Foreman from Texas, Christopher Philbrick from Virginia, and Kathleen Ann Sickles from Continue reading

Learn About Steamboat City Opperations

SteamboatThe City of Steamboat is accepting applications from community members who would like to learn more about City operations. The City 101 program allows interested parties an opportunity to learn more about work that happens in Steamboat by participating in Continue reading

Work On The Yampa River Starts Monday

YAMPA RIVERThe Yampa River Core Trail in Steamboat will be closed periodically over the next two weeks to allow work to take place on the Yampa River. The City of Steamboat is partnering with the Friends of the Yampa to Continue reading

Steamboat Sales Tax Will Decrease in ’17

SteamboatThe City of Steamboats Sales and Use Tax rate will decrease by .25% next year. A referendum passed during the 2011 election, increased the rate to provide funding for the Local Marketing District to support commercial air service to the Yampa Valley. That referendum will expire at the end of the year. The change should be fairly straight forward, but the Continue reading