Which proposal do you think should receive the lodging tax revenue?

City of Steamboat Springs: purchase open space 72 votes


Downtown Revitalization Committee: Yampa Street park and promenade 216 votes


Friends of the Chief: refurbish downtown theater 339 votes


Friends of the Yampa: Yampa River improvements 118 votes


Haymaker Golf Course: capital improvements 45 votes


Howelsen Hill Sports Complex Partners: renovation and expansion of rodeo arena, ice arena, Nordic ski trails and lodge, parking lots, etc. 494 votes


Old Town Hot Springs: expansion and renovation project 350 votes


Steamboat Springs Trails Alliance: new biking and multiuse trails 1087 votes


2721 total votes


cindy constantine 4 years, 3 months ago

Where is the none of the above choice? The tax should sunset OR should only be used to pay down debt.


Eric Meyer 4 years, 3 months ago

To view and comment on any of the 46 individual projects included in the Steamboat Springs Trails Alliance proposal please go to: http://www.steamboatspringstrails.com

If you like what you see, please show your individual, business or organizations support here: http://www.steamboatspringstrails.com/the-supporters

Project Partners: Routt County Riders, an IMBA Chaper; Yampatika; The Steamboat Springs Bike Town USA Initiative; The Steamboat Springs Running Series


Grant Carter 4 years, 3 months ago

I'm a wheelchair user that loves the out of doors and loves to visit Steamboat. I'm hopeful that the new trails will include a portion that is wheelchair acessable.


Eric Meyer 4 years, 3 months ago

Mr. Carter,

Many of the Steamboat Strings Trails Alliance's projects will be adaptive friendly. In addition to all of the Town Pathways & Amenity projects, we will be working to ensure that a variety of the other trails will allow everyone to experience the amazing public lands that surround Steamboat Springs ( for example: the high elevation and very scenic trails proposed on Rabbit Ears Pass - Upper West Summit Network ).

We would love to have your input to help improve these projects. You can do this by visiting the site: www.steamboatspringstrails.com and selecting a project. Each project has an area to submit comments. Thank you for your interest in the Steamboat Springs Trails Alliance's proposal.


Scott Glynn 4 years, 2 months ago

A City tax generates revenue for the city. As a result it would make sense that those funds are used for city owned entities. This would mean that 4 of the options should be considered, Yampa St. Park, Haymaker, Howelsen, and Open Space. It seems that the Howelsen complex has by far the most support of the community.


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