Steamboat 700 forum focuses on housing, growth impacts, traffic, water
February 19, 2010
■ Learn more about the proposed Steamboat 700 annexation at http://www.steamboatpilot.com/news/steamboat700/.
■ Learn more about the Let’s Vote issue committee, opposing the Steamboat 700 annexation, on the Web at https://letsvoteno.com.
■ Learn more about the Good for Steamboat committee, supporting the Steamboat 700 annexation, on the Web at http://www.good4steamboat.com.
Vote on 700
■ Ballots for the mail-only election have reached, or are on the way this week, to registered Steamboat Springs voters. The only drop-off location for ballots is City Hall at 137 10th St. The election ends March 9.
■ Steamboat 700 is a proposed master-planned community on 487 acres adjacent to the western city limits of Steamboat Springs. The project proposes about 2,000 homes — from apartments to single-family home lots — and 380,000 square feet of commercial development that would be built to the standards of new urbanism (dense, walkable and transit-friendly).