Steamboat briefs: Applicants sought for United Way’s Community Impact Grant |

Steamboat briefs: Applicants sought for United Way’s Community Impact Grant

Routt County United Way is seeking applicants for the Arthur E. Anderson Community Impact Grant, according to a news release. Routt County nonprofits and governmental organizations are eligible to apply for this year's $10,000 grant, and applications that address innovative and collaborative efforts to meet human service needs are encouraged.

The grant in honor of Arthur E. Anderson is awarded annually to human services projects or programs in the Routt County community. The grant is funded by interest earned on the Arthur Anderson Fund, which was established in 2002 by a contribution to Routt County United Way from Anderson's estate, according to the release.

For grant guideline information or to get an application, call Routt County United Way at 970-879-5605 or email The application deadline is March 29.

Lodging properties forecast to be 71 percent full Saturday

Steamboat Springs lodging properties are forecast to be 71 percent full Saturday with 10,600 visitors, according to the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association's lodging barometer.

Mountain hotels are expected to be 84 percent full, mountain condos are forecast to be 64 percent full and downtown lodging properties are forecast to be 57 percent full.

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