Tag Archives: Steamboat

UPDATE: Accidents On Rabbit Ears Pass

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Two accidents on Rabbit Ears closed the pass Friday afternoon.  According to the Colorado State Patrol there was about 6 inches of snow on the roadway  at the time and road conditions were a contributing factor to both accidents.  In the first accident Ruth Feiring of Steamboat, who was driving a Suburban lost control of her vehicle which then Continue reading

New Sidewalks In Steamboat

steamboat sidewalksThe City of Steamboat is asking the community to help them redevelop the Cities sidewalk master plan.  The goal is to determine what areas in the city are missing and could use new sidewalks. A website has been set up with a questionnaire for Continue reading

Scoop Poop In Steamboat Saturday

SteamboatAn event is scheduled this Saturday in Steamboat for the community to help pick up dog poop at City parks and trails. The event appropriately called “April Stools Day” will take place from noon to 3. Volunteers are encouraged to bring Continue reading

Trails From Hotels To Walton Creek In Steamboat

SteamboatA meeting to discuss connecting hotels in Steamboat to the Walton Creek Secondary Trail system will take place net week. The meeting is being hosted by the Steamboat Public Works Engineering Department and will take palace Wednesday evening from 5 to 6:30 in the Continue reading

Tipton Representative In NW Colorado This Week

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300In addition to mobile office hours that are being held in Meeker and Craig Wednesday, a member of U.S. Representative Scott Tipton’s staff will also be in Steamboat Thursday and in Walden on Friday. George Rossman, Tipton’s Field Representative, will now be available tomorrow morning from 9 to 11:30 in Meeker, Continue reading

Fire Destroys Barn Near Steamboat

IMG_3814(1) IMG_3811(1) A hay filled barn about 2 miles west of Steamboat was destroyed by fire Saturday night.  When Steamboat fire fighters arrived at the scene at 38235 County Road 33, Continue reading

Median Maintenance In Steamboat

SteamboatCrews will be cleaning medians along Highway 40 in Steamboat starting Monday. The work will take place from 8 to 4 everyday next week and is scheduled to be completed Friday. The left lanes in both directions will be closed on Continue reading

Yampa River Trail Closures

YAMPA RIVERDue to rising water in the Yampa, sections of the Yampa River Trails in Steamboat are now closed. When the rising river levels present a danger to walkers and runners, the City of Steamboat Parks and Community Service Department will mark the closed trails with detour routes. Continue reading

Free Developmental Screenings In Steamboat

SteamboatFree developmental screenings for all pre-school age children are being offered this month by the Steamboat Springs School District. These screenings are by appointment only and will take place on April 26th and 27th at the Steamboat School District Office. The screenings will focus on Continue reading

Chimney Fire In Steamboat

STEAMBOAT FIRE RESCUEA chimney fire at a Steamboat residence Thursday morning was quickly extinguished by Steamboat Springs fire fighters.  The incident at 747 Anglers Pond was determined to be caused by a dirty chimney pipe clogged with heavy amounts of creosote and ash that were smoldering.  Once fire crews on the roof were able to knock the creosote Continue reading

Coffee With Council Tomorrow In Steamboat

City-of-SteamboatThe next “Coffee with Council” session in Steamboat will take place tomorrow morning from 7:30 to 9 in the Crawford Room at the Centennial Hall. Councilmen Scott Ford and others will be there to discuss topics that include the future of marijuana regulations, animal issues, and the pros and cons of Continue reading

Steamboat Transit Shifts To Summer Hours

STEAMBOAT-TRANSIT-300If you ride or plan to ride a Steamboat Springs Transit bus, be aware that SST will begin its summer bus schedule Monday. Steamboat Transit provides year round daily bus service around Steamboat, and between the downtown area and the ski area. The Continue reading