Tag Archives: Steamboat

Online Registration Open For Steamboat Schools

The Steamboat Springs School District has opened online registration for the 2017-2018 school year. All parents with kids in preschool, kindergarten or first grade that will be new students in the district next Continue reading

Time For Flood Insurance?

The large amounts of snow this winter could result in area flooding.  In fact, on Monday this week the Elk River in Routt County had record-setting flows, and the Yampa River near Steamboat was flowing well above normal for this time of year.  Due to increased flood risk, it may be Continue reading

Free Diabetes Screenings

As part of National Diabetes Alert Day, Northwest Colorado Health in Craig and Steamboat are offering free drop in cardiovascular and diabetes screenings. The screenings will be offered Tuesday from 9 to 4:30. National Diabetes Alert Continue reading

Free Mulch Available

The mulch generated through the City of Steamboat Springs Christmas tree recycling program is now available. The mulch is located to the right of the Howelsen Ice Arena entrance. Contractors and commercial operators are asked to refrain from taking the mulch as it is meant only for residents and homeowners. The mulch is available on a Continue reading

Steamboat Hires Public Works Director

The City of Steamboat has hired Jon Snyder as Public Works Director. Snyder, who has been working as the interim public works director since January of this year, was selected from a pool of 40 applicants. Snyder has worked for the city since 2005, in varying capacities. City Manager Gary Suiter says that Snyder stepped up significantly while filling the interim Continue reading

Water Workshop In Steamboat

The Colorado Ag Water Alliance will hold an Ag Producers’ Water Workshop this week in Steamboat. The workshop will address water needs for cities, agricultural producers and the environment in light of projected water Continue reading

Howelsen Hill Winter Operations Winding Down

The Howelsen Hill Ski Area has ended Alpine operations for the season. The Nordic Center will remain open with trails being groomed daily through this Saturday, weather and snow conditions permitting. Daily tickets or Continue reading

Man Struck By Shuttle Bus

A 20-year-old man was injured after he was struck by a shuttle Tuesday evening in Steamboat. After exiting a Steamboat Springs Transit bus near Mount Werner Road, he was struck by a shuttle bus traveling the same direction while Continue reading

Steamboat Man Arrested For Fraud

Another Steamboat Springs seasonal worker has been arrested this week for fraud. 25-year-old Chandra Pretap from India was arrested Monday on suspicion of theft and identity theft for defrauding a New York business out of $2,400. Police initiated the investigation into Pretap after Continue reading

Citizen Police Academy Registration Deadline Extended

The Steamboat Springs Police Department has extended the deadline to register for the Citizens’ Police Academy. Residents interested in enhancing their knowledge of local law enforcement can now sign up for the program through March 31st. The inaugural class will be held on Wednesday’s form April 26th through June 28th. Each session will be taught by Continue reading

Yampa River Improvement Work Starts Tuesday

The City of Steamboat will begin river improvement work Tuesday on the Yampa River. The work will take place along Yampa Street from Little Toots Park to the Ambulance Barn. The city will be working to stabilize eroding banks Continue reading

Register For Teens On Tour Trip To Denver

Registration is now open for the Teens on Tour overnight trip to Denver next Thursday and Friday.  Teens on Tour is open to kids in 6th through 8th grade and is sponsored by the City of Steamboat’s Parks and Community Service Department.  Activities will include swimming at the Silverthorne Rec Continue reading