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Coffee With Council Friday

This months Coffee with Council session will be Friday 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 discussion will focus on dogs in steamboat, traffic Continue reading

Broncos Reschedule Event In Steamboat

The Denver Broncos have rescheduled their Steamboat Salute to Fans Tour event. The team was originally scheduled to stop in Steamboat in May, but the appearance was cancelled due to winter weather and will now be held this Friday. As part of Continue reading

Meeting To Talk West Lincoln Park Improvements

A community meeting will be held Wednesday in Steamboat to discuss improvements at West Lincoln Park. The meeting will focus on the construction of a new picnic pavilion and playground and how the construction could relate to the future of the Yampa Continue reading

Open House To Talk Plan For Howelsen Hill

An open house will be held this week in Steamboat to discuss the master plan for Howelsen Hill. Members of Steamboats Parks and Community Services Department will be at the meeting soliciting feedback from the community on their vision for the Continue reading

Howelsen Hill Trail Closures This Weekend

The Nordic Combined Western Regionals will take place this weekend in Steamboat at Howelsen Hill, with 70 of the best Nordic Combined athletes from the Western United States scheduled to compete. To accommodate the activities, several Howelsen Hill Nordic Trails will be closed to Continue reading

Howelsen Hill Closures For Pentathlon

The Steamboat Pentathlon takes place tomorrow . To accommodate the activities the public will not be able to access Poma lift on Howelsen Hill until 11 tomorrow morning, and will not be able to use Barrows lift until one in the afternoon. In addition , the public will be Continue reading

How To Get Rid Of Your Christmas Tree

If you are looking for an environmentally friendly way to discard your Christmas tree in Steamboat, the City is again recycling Christmas trees through the end of January. Trees can be dropped off at the northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before taking Christmas trees to the parking lot, be sure to remove all tinsel, ornaments and lights. Wreaths will not be accepted. The Continue reading

Steamboat Offering Christmas Tree Recycling

The City of Steamboat is recycling Christmas trees through the month of January.  Trees can be dropped off at the northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot.  Before taking Christmas trees to the parking lot, be sure to remove all tinsel, ornaments and lights. Wreaths will not be accepted.  The mulch resulting from the Continue reading

Season Winding Down For Howelsen Hill

sb_logoThis will be the final weekend that the Howlsen Hill Nordic Center is planning to groom the Nordic Trails on a daily basis. Season passes or tickets are still required to access the trails. These can be purchased from the vending machine in the Continue reading

Recycle Your Christmas Tree In Steamboat

christmas tree recyclingThe City of Steamboat’s annual Christmas Tree recycling program is going on now through the end of the month, trees may be dropped off anytime in the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before dropping off a tree you are asked to remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights Continue reading

Steamboat Gets Early Start On Tree Recycling

christmas tree recyclingThe City of Steamboat is getting an early start on their annual Christmas Tree recycling program. Now through the end of the month, trees may be dropped off anytime in the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot. Before dropping off a tree you are asked to remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights and nails. Also, wreaths will not be accepted. The Continue reading

Tree Recycling In Steamboat

christmas treeAlthough most areas of Northwest Colorado do not have a plan to recycle Christmas trees, if you live in Steamboat you can drop your tree off through the end of January at the Northeast corner of the Howelsen Ice Arena parking lot.  You are asked to remove all tinsels, Continue reading