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Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be tomorrow morning in Steamboat. Councilman Scott Ford and others will be at the meeting to discuss any topics of concern to the public. The meeting will be held from 7:30 to 9 in the Centennial Hall. The monthly Coffee with Council and Continue reading

Elected Officials Talk Future Of Craig and MOCO

The Moffat County Commissioners and Craig City Council, along with staff from the city and county, met during a special meeting Thursday to discuss the future of Craig and Moffat County. During the discussion, the group talked ballot questions for 2018, which may include a tax Continue reading

“Respect the Yampa” By Keeping it Clean

With tubing season on the horizon, the City of Steamboat and other river advocates are asking those planning to recreate on the Yampa River, to take steps to keep it clean. The “Respect the Yampa” campaign Continue reading

Tell Steamboat How To Spend $1.2 Million

The City of Steamboat is looking for suggestions on how to spend approximately the $1.2 million dollars in the city’s Accommodations Tax Reserve Fund. Project proposals should focus on improvements or amenities that draw additional visitors to Steamboat. A committee will review all proposals and make recommendations to the city on how the Continue reading

Steamboat To Start Noxious Weed Spraying

Steamboat will begin noxious Whitetop weed spraying this week throughout the city’s right-of-ways. As a precaution, children and pets should be kept off the sprayed areas for at least 24 hours. To make the public aware that spraying has occurred, the city will mark all Continue reading

Free Workers Available Tomorrow In Craig

Craig Clean up Days started Wednesday and will kick off in full force Saturday in Craig. Volunteers will be out in the area Saturday cleaning up around the city and at the homes of the elderly and disabled. The City is still looking for people in need of work to be done on their property. If you have work that needs completed and believe you may Continue reading

Paving Starts Monday In Steamboat

The City of Steamboat starts paving and striping projects today. The City is asking residents for their patience while the projects take place as delays and detours are possible. The City expects paving to be completed by the middle of Continue reading

Right Of Way Restrictions In Steamboat

With spring cleaning rapidly underway, Steamboat is reminding residents of restrictions concerning the city’s right of ways. City Code restricts placing large landscape materials such as trees and boulders within 15 feet of streets or fire hydrants. These items may damage maintenance equipment or have to be Continue reading

City Waves Fees For Barn Restoration

To assist in the restoration of the Luttrell Barn, the Craig City Council has agreed to drop all permitting fees for the restoration, and will exempt the barn from City utilities this year. Members of the Save the Barn Committee agreed that the City will get one free day of Barn Use for making Continue reading

Community Members Honored For Service

In a gesture of gratitude, newly sworn in Mayor John Ponikvar presented a plaque to outgoing City Councilmen Kent Nielson at the Craig City Council meeting Tuesday, thanking him for his service to the Craig Community. Nielson decided not to run for re-election when his term Continue reading

New City Council Sworn In Tuesday

A new City Council was sworn in Tuesday night at Craig City Hall. John Ponikvar took the oath of office to become Craig’s new Mayor while Andrea Camp and Chris Nichols were sworn in as new councilmen, as were reelected council members Jarrod Ogden and Tony Bohrer. All expressed Continue reading

Assistant To Be Hired For CMEDP

The Craig City Council and Moffat County Commissioners agreed at their meetings Tuesday, to help fund an assistant position for the Craig and Moffat County Economic Development Partnership. An assistant will allow CMEDP Director Michelle Balleck to focus more on improving the area’s broadband Continue reading