The city of Steamboat Springs and Colorado Group Realty broker Randall Hannaway announced this week the five new executive hangars proposed for the airport all have been reserved, and initial construction could start as early as this spring.
With an estimated $5.2 million available from the city's lodging tax to help make these projects a reality in the next decade, the new trails lodging tax committee is taking its role seriously, and not wasting any time.
Labeling communications as "work product" is a way of keeping communications city staff sends to the council privileged and allows staff to be more candid in those communications.
Local physicians now will have the ability to get electronic consultations with Mayo Clinic specialists when they want a second opinion on patient care.
Council members want to weigh the option of buying into a community solar garden in Craig with other expenditures during the budget season.
Three council members wanted to table the vote because of an ongoing state investigation into Golden Leaf's medical marijuana operations.
The airport hadn't had an official manager since Mel Baker left for the Front Range in November, and there were lots of emails to respond to and work to get caught up on.
After multiple failed inspections and some problems two of the store's owners have had filling out paperwork correctly, city officials say they still have some concerns about the business.
The alternative energy option comes as city staff is recommending the council start to devise a new energy purchase and usage policy that could help guide the city's future energy decisions.
Visitors to the Hahn's Peak Roadhouse on Saturday could have been forgiven for thinking they had been suddenly beamed back in time.
Classic Lifeguard helicopter service will operate out of Steamboat Springs Airport
Classic Lifeguard, a medical helicopter service based out of Utah, is planning to fly into Steamboat Springs in March to set up its first Colorado base at Bob Adams Field.
Investigators believe Pina was trying to harm his wife with a kitchen knife when the stepson intervened just before 2 a.m.
Police said the victim of the stabbing was a 17-year-old boy who was trying to protect his mother from the man. The boy sustained a non-life threatening knife wound to the arm.
The Steamboat Springs Education Fund Board received $3.5 million in requests this funding cycle and will have to trim that down by nearly $700,000 to meet its budget of $2.8 million.
The City of Steamboat Springs' mechanics face the challenge of prioritizing a number of work orders that get tricky when ambulances, police cars and plow trucks all start coming in at the same time.
January is the month in which health clubs across the country see a big spike in new members, many of whom are embarking on a New Year's resolution to get fit. February is the time a sizable number of these people start trailing off.
Tammie Delaney, a Hayden business owner who serves on the town's economic development commission, said it may not seem to some residents like the downtown area has a problem issue now, but the study will account for future growth.
United AIrlines will offer the four flights each week on a 50-seat regional jet through Sept. 1.
Danny Paul, a staff engineer for the city of Steamboat Springs who works on the base area projects, said the project can continue to serve as a “good model” for other communities.
Sales tax revenue grew by 10 percent, or $222,703, in December 2013 over December 2012.
When all the dust settles, Brent Romick envisions the facility that bears his name will be a stronger year-round facility with better seats, safer infrastructure and bigger crowds.
School board President Jules Palyo said Wednesday that the possibility of lengthening the school day and adding more planning time for teachers stems from a low academic rating the district's elementary school received.
Lot at Pine Grove Road and Central Park Drive is latest site under consideration for new police station
Both sides stress the idea still is in the concept phase, and the hospital-owned lot is one of at least five places the city still is seriously considering to build the police station.
Study finds the availability of primary care doctors in Northwest Colorado is higher than in other rural areas
The study looked at health care regionally and found that in Routt, Moffat, Jackson and Rio Blanco counties, there is one full-time equivalent primary care physician for every 2,080 residents.
The tightening inventory of adoptable road in Routt County — there were more than 25 miles available in 2010 — comes as other efforts are underway to extend the cleaning to county roads and city streets.
The Steamboat City Council and Routt County Commissioners are interested in creating a new process for minor changes to the hard urban growth boundary.
City planning staff received a “substantial” amount of public feedback on the Chadwick Estate Villas project near the base of Steamboat Ski Area.
Some Steamboat City Council members disappointed city has to forgo chance to apply for $1 million Core Trail extension grant
The escalating cost of the trail extension south to the Legacy Ranch and a lack of any matching funds in the budget to get it done led city staff to the decision last week.
During a joint meeting of the Steamboat Springs City Council and Routt County Commission on Tuesday night, officials resolved to have their staffs look further into the possibility of purchasing panels at the garden that is being built in Craig this summer as a collaboration between Yampa Valley Electric Association and the Clean Energy Collective.
Kate Warnke, director of Steamboat's Community Youth Corps, says Grant Janka is an inspiring
The $105,000 worth of GOCO funding would help to replace the rodeo's primary arena, alley and timed event pens.
Loaders, graders and other heavy equipment spend a few hours spreading an estimated 2,000 cubic yards of snow on the highway for the 101st Winter Carnvial.
The escalating price tag of the $3.5 million project along with the recent lodging tax committee's recommendation to fund about 6 percent of the cost led the city to the decision.
The latest intercept survey of about 2,730 summer visitors found that the city's net promoter score, a measure of how likely people will recommend Steamboat as a destination to their family and friends, fell a bit since the last time it was measured in 2010.
The committee voted to recommend allocating $5,000 toward preliminary planning to see what can be done to the facade of the concrete overpass over Mount Werner Road.
The committee voted to recommend allocating $5,000 toward preliminary planning to see what could be done to the facade of the concrete overpass over Mount Werner Road.
Committee members figured the project, with an estimated $3.5 million price tag, is too expensive to receive a significant backing of the city's lodging tax.
It wasn't an earth-shattering meeting, by any means. But it did lay the groundwork for some future discussions that could have big implications for the council and the city.
A combination of good snow, more visitors and gradually increasing lodging rates are believed to be behind Steamboat Springs' substantial jump in sales tax revenue for December.
The second meeting of Yampa Street's new lodging tax committee on Monday wasn't without some optimism, however.
Law enforcement officials suspect Kenneth Martin Roche died of hypothermia, with alcohol as a contributing factor.
The next nutrition seminar Feb. 11 will focus on cardiovascular health.
Tim and Janet Borden are the club’s 2014 grand marshals, and they now join a roster of prominent couples in town that have received the honor. The Bordens never have missed a Winter Carnival parade, and they have a little something extra to look forward to in this year’s.
The council was given a rare and interesting homework assignment to complete before the planning session.
The Yampa Street group will weigh a land purchase and other items in the promenade while the trails committee is taking a close look at a large inventory of possible projects.
Overstreet brings to Steamboat more than 25 years of experience in the parks and recreation field and he has held high level jobs in cities ranging from Denver to Oviedo, Fla.
Jon Sanders is the type of guy who would rather do a cartwheel when he crosses Lincoln Avenue instead of just walking across the street.
Colorado media groups say Interior Secretary violated spirit of 1st Amendment by barring reporters from public sage grouse meeting
What was intended to be a positive and constructive dialogue about the future of a small, sensitive bird in Northwest Colorado has morphed into a broader discussion about the freedom of the press in Colorado.
Father and son arrested in Oak Creek after allegedly assaulting men with wooden boards during robbery
According to the arrest affidavit filed in Routt County Court, when Oak Creek Police Chief Bobby Rauch arrived at 7:24 p.m., he said he found two victims who reported Glen Alan Shaffer and his son Glen Alan Shaffer Jr. had just forced their way into the house with boards and yelled “give us your money.”
For Brian Hoza, dean of student affairs for CMC's Alpine Campus, the legalization of marijuana for adults is the latest societal shift he has seen in his education career that spans more than 30 years.