Court's in session, shut off that saw
“Interruption of court proceedings due to excessive construction noise will not be allowed.”
Oak Creek officials have decided they do not want to pay for the services provided by the Routt County Humane Society.
Drivers in Steamboat Springs are poised to encounter two or three new roundabouts and two new traffic signals in the coming years as changes are made to accommodate increased traffic around the city.
The Arnold Barn is a big step closer to getting a sturdier frame.
“You really can’t find a better guy,” former city water superintendent Joe Zimmerman said of Jon Snyder, who has worked for the city since 2005. “He’s smart. He’s a quick learner for what he does have to learn. He works well with people and other employees. I’m sure he’ll do great.”
Restoration efforts to proceed
The Save the Barn committee is now officially the proud owner of the historic Luttrell Barn after the Moffat County commissioners approved a bill of sale Tuesday, at a cost of $100 for the building. The committee aims to restore the barn for use as a cultural and community center.
Snow plowing gets closer look
Routt County will conduct a work session March 21 to look at options for its snow plowing policy.
City planners and the RiverView project applicants are still trying to come to an agreement on the path a public trail will take through the 4.5-acre property, which sits along the Yampa River behind Natural Grocers.
The city of Steamboat Springs’ long and bumpy quest to build a new police station is finally nearing the finish line after half a decade of planning.
County planners listen to citizens concerns in Steamboat, Oak Creek
After 70 years of downtown parking debates and studies, Steamboat residents sound off on social media
A Steamboat Springs City Councilman’s recent pitch for cheaper downtown parking solutions across the Yampa River is being met on social media with calls for bigger, bolder and more expensive solutions.
A flurry of recent progress on planning for a shared law enforcement facility in Steamboat Springs has one of the city’s elected officials saying ‘hot-diggity-dog.’
A riverside plaza, fishing access and a 12-foot-wide multi-modal trail are among the public amenities that are proposed to be included in the development of the long-dormant RiverView parcel in downtown Steamboat Springs.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is not encouraged by some of the results of a recent survey that had drivers candidly discuss their driving habits.
Colorado has been working to strengthen voters' faith in election outcomes since 2013, and the Routt County Clerk is on board.