Tag Archives: Steamboat

Building Catches Fire In Steamboat

A fire occurred in an outbuilding Tuesday morning in the Fairview neighborhood on Manitou Ave in Steamboat.  According to a Steamboat Fire and Rescue representative, crews were quickly able to extinguish the blaze after arriving Continue reading

UPDATE: Ex-Steamboat City Councilwoman Has Neck Stabilization Surgery

Mary Brown, who sustained serious injuries after crashing her bike in Steamboat earlier this month, had a successful neck stabilization surgery Saturday, according to the website on CaringBridge.org. The family says they realize she has a long journey ahead of her and are very appreciative of the support they have received from the community. According to an update posted to the website Tuesday, Brown will be Continue reading

Petition To Be A City Council Candidate

The City of Steamboat has released the nominating petition for candidates seeking to run for Steamboat Springs City Council in the November election. There are city council positions open in districts one, two and three, with an at-large position also available. Eligible candidates must be 18 years of age or older on the day of the election. They must have Continue reading

Steamboat Man Not Guilty Of Manslaughter

A Routt County jury Friday, found Darin Dickey not guilty of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide for his role in the death of his girlfriend, Sarah Lay.

The Steamboat Springs Police Department investigation and trial testimony indicated that, between 3 and 4 am on the morning of July 4, 2016, Dickey arrived at his brother Doug Dickey’s home and found Lay in bed with him.  Darin then Continue reading

2 Seats Open On Steamboat School Board

The Steamboat Springs School District will have 2 board seats, each for a four year term, on the November 7th ballot. To be qualified, a candidate must have been a registered voter for the school district for at least 12 consecutive months before the election. Nomination petitions can be picked now up at the Steamboat School District Office. Petitions require 50 eligible voters’ signatures. The deadline Continue reading

Proposals For How To Spend Tax Reserves Due Thursday

The deadline to submit proposals for how to spend an estimated $1.186 million in the Accommodations Tax Reserve Funds are due by 5 PM Tomorrow. Proposals must focus on an improvement or amenity that draws Continue reading

Steamboat Tax Collections Up For June

Steamboat tax collections were up again in June according to the most recent Sales Use and Accommodation Tax Report. Taxes for June increased slightly by 2.8%, with the biggest increases coming from Marijuana sales which grew by more Continue reading

Fire Destroys Building East Of Steamboat

An outbuilding was destroyed by a fire Wednesday afternoon on Colorado Highway 131 near the base of Rabbit Ears Pass. According to Steamboat fire representative Travis Wilkinson, despite having to truck water into the location, firefighters were able to prevent the fire from Continue reading

Blood Drive In Steamboat

There will be a blood drive this week at Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat.  The blood drive will be held Thursday from 12:30 to 6.  Walk-ins will be accepted from 3:30 to 5:30, as time allows. Donors should eat a full meal, and drink plenty of water prior to donating. The entire process should take Continue reading

UPDATE: Cyclist Died Due To Head And Neck Injury

The 69-year-old man who died Thursday afternoon after a bicycle accident in Steamboat has been identified. Phillip Sohn is the second person to die in a bike accident in the area in the last two weeks. Sohn, who reportedly lived in both Steamboat and Texas, was riding downhill on Aspen Ridge Road when the accident occurred. According to a press Continue reading

Steamboat Accepting Artist Proposals

The City of Steamboat is currently accepting proposals from artists, for work to be placed on property owned by the city. Artists must submit an application, including photographs of the proposed site for their art and other information including cost, a site plan and maintenance requirements. Appropriate city departments will Continue reading

Flash Flood Watch In Effect Tuesday

A flash flood watch is in effect through Tuesday night, for areas in the upper, central and lower Yampa River basins. Scattered thunderstorms with heavy rain are forecast through the evening, which may result in flood conditions. The flash flood Continue reading