A revised plan for RiverView includes a public riverside path that spans from a proposed public plaza at Fifth and Yampa streets to a piece of open space near the river’s confluence with Spring Creek.
A public outcry from cyclists, birders and artists helped convince the Routt County Planning Commission to vote against a proposal to privatize part of a scenic county road south of Lake Catamount.
City of Steamboat Springs officials don’t think the pending sale of Steamboat Ski Area will throw a mogul in the resort’s potential bid to take over Howelsen Hill operations.
City officials who toured the Steamboat Pilot & Today offices with a realtor on Friday left thinking the large commercial building might be worth pursuing for city facilities.
Steamboat Springs residents won’t be able to water their lawns as often as usual this summer due to the drier than normal spring.
When Steamboat Springs residents return from their spring break vacations, they’re likely to be met by more and more construction cones.
Routt County and the city of Steamboat Springs are looking for a new top building official at a time the permitting and inspection workload is heating up.
Before the umbrella bars, hot tubs and après ski deals, life at the base of Storm Mountain required grit. Lots and lots of grit.
Local musicians, poets and other entertainers could have a new outdoor stage to perform on this summer in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs.
The city of Steamboat Springs is working on yet another master plan for Howelsen Hill less than three years after a draft of a previous master plan was quickly shelved after it created a sense of sticker shock.
“It just seems like we’re really underserving those residents of Routt County” by not having more trail connections, City Council President Magill said Tuesday.
It could be a bit more difficult this summer for some Steamboat Springs visitors to find a place to stay with Fido.
Plans for a three-story, mixed-used building with ground floor retail spaces at Sixth and Yampa streets are back in the city planning process this month.
Steamboat a bit too ghost-towny for your liking this time of year? Here are a few places you can venture to. And if you leave early enough in the morning, you can be there long before happy hour:
“The last thing we want is for a drone to pop up and fly into the windscreen (of a helicopter) or get caught in the rotor head,” Airport Manager Stacie Fain said.
Routt County Commissioner Tim Corrigan hasn’t decided how he’ll vote next month on a controversial proposal to privatize a short, scenic county road known for its wildlife-viewing opportunities south of Lake Catamount. But he’s hearing from several constituents about it, and he thinks the decision will come down to a balancing act.
A city whose residents helped coin a name as quirky and memorable as the James Brown Soul Center of the Universe Bridge is going back to the public to help name a new mountain bike trail on Buffalo Pass.
The city of Steamboat Springs is going on a spring spending spree to improve its streets and build a new, more spacious home for its law enforcement officers.
Records suggest Steamboat's sporting good stores not absorbing some business lost with Sports Authority
Records show city revenue from sporting goods stores has been lagging behind in six of the last nine months since Sports Authority closed after the company declared bankruptcy.
Routt County commissioners could soon be getting a lot of selfies in their inboxes from cyclists who don’t want to see Routt County Road 18C and its views of wildlife and the Yampa River turn from public to private.
A Sunday night brawl involving four men at a German beer hall in Steamboat Springs left one man wounded with a large bite mark on his back and another man in jail.
From Steamboat Springs to Copper Mountain to Idaho, ski resorts are catching mountain coaster fever.
If granted, the $800,000 in extra road funding would bring the road maintenance budget to $1.5 million and help keep more of the city’s roads in tip-top shape.
When I drive tourists around Steamboat Springs in a shuttle bus every weekend, the passengers usually have a lot of questions about our fair city.
A proposal to raise the state’s sales tax rate to pay for transportation improvements is still cruising along in the state legislature.
Drivers in Steamboat Springs will find it very hard to escape cone zones this summer as construction crews continue a major downtown improvement project and overhaul a choke point intersection on the west end of town.
Petersen, Jill Boyd and Kristen Hager traversed mountain passes with “enormous and mystical snow-capped peaks,” exploring more than 15 different ecosystems while staying at lodges sitting higher than the summit of Mount Zirkel.
A city official and the developers of the new hotel told Steamboat Today that drainage and hydrology studies for the new development show it will have a “negligible impact” on the runoff situation in the area.
A 40-space parking area, benches, trees, a water source and a separate play area for small dogs are among the improvements a canine advocacy group is proposing to add to Rita Valentine Park.
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 new hotel would be built south of the Fairfield Inn on U.S. Highway 40.
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.”
The Community Agriculture Alliance is making it even easier to purchase produce, meats, eggs and baked goods that are made right here in Northwest Colorado.
11:09 a.m. Officers were called to a report of an unattended dog in a car at Soda Creek Elementary School. Officers took no action.
The city of Steamboat Springs has made good on a recent promise to step up enforcement of its parking regulations.
The city of Steamboat Springs will get a big chunk of change from a major renovation project scheduled to begin next month at Sheraton Steamboat Resort.
For the first time since before the Great Recession, retail spaces in downtown Steamboat Springs are almost at capacity.
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.
It took only a few hours Saturday for the Yee-Haw Hill at Saddleback Ranch to turn from a great snow tubing hill into a water park.
While a new caretaker and a sturdier frame are in sight for the neglected barn, there are still a couple of hurdles that might delay work on the structure.
Hayden trucker Donnie Hayes says he knows what hell looks like following a trip he took this week to deliver hay to ranches ravaged by wildfires in southern Kansas.
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.
The price a senior will pay for a 2017-2018 season pass represents a 40 percent, or $200, increase from last ski season’s $499 price tag.
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.
Northwest Colorado’s two state legislators have often found themselves on opposite ends of the highway on transportation bills.
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.’
City officials made the announcement late Tuesday night and said they would be reviewing the bid in the coming days.
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.