The city expects it will be able to invest in improvements at Bear River Park in 2017, and city staff is working on a new master plan for the property to help determine what to build.
When Kyan Strong learned Thursday his school will soon close its doors, the fourth grader put $142 of his hard-earned chore money in an envelope and tucked it into his backpack.
While the Drury family is trying to sleep in their new home, city crews are diligently working to dump snow they have removed from city streets and build up the giant, seasonal snow mountain off 13th Street.
Retailers around the country are getting stuck on Steamboat Sticker Co.
Police Chief Cory Christensen on Tuesday told the Steamboat Springs City Council he is worried about the working environment of his employees, adding that the city cannot wait many more years to build a new police headquarters.
The Steamboat Springs CIty Council could soon invite the public to submit their ideas for how to best spend hundreds of thousands of excess lodging tax dollars to draw more visitors to town.
The Winter Sports Club on Tuesday night will meet with the City Council for a work session focused on the historic ski hill's future.
About 42 property owners in downtown Steamboat Springs who don't currently have complete or adequate sidewalks in front of their homes or businesses may want to tune into a Steamboat Sprigns City Council work session on Tuesday night.
Steamboat CrossFit will host a grand-reopening party at its newly renovated Riverside Plaza location from 4 to 6 p.m. Feb. 21.
Snowfall wasn't the only thing that increased in Steamboat Springs in December.
The initial approval came despite opposition from the Colorado Municipal League, which lobbies on behalf of Colorado's cities.
Steamboat's interim city manager said he is still performing due diligence before deciding to throw his hat into the ring.
Since they were sworn in Nov. 10, the new council has met for 55 and a half hours through the course of 10 meetings in Citizens Hall.
A decades-old Winter Carnival tradition has been removed from this year's carnival lineup because not enough high school students volunteered to carry the tradition forward.
City Street Superintendent said the city's reliance on sand trucks as the workhorse of the snow removal fleet has proven both inefficient and unsafe, in recent years.
Some Steamboat Springs City Council members now want to explore the possibility of constructing the new police station on the Yampa Valley Electric Association campus in west Steamboat.
Elected officials support new effort to address local issue
Business leaders, human resource managers, the head of the county's human services department and several other citizens filled Citizens Hall on Tuesday night to urge their elected officials in Routt County to quickly come up with a plan to address local housing issues.
The Routt County commissioners and the Steamboat Springs City Council have a lot to talk about when they meet Tuesday for the first joint meeting in several months.
When a veteran city sand truck driver almost went rolling down a steep embankment on Amethyst Drive last month while clearing snow from the road, David Van Winkle knew it was time to act.
The grand marshals for the 103rd Winter Carnival parade have spent decades making sure their community and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club get better and better.
Top Gear America's recent television shoot in Steamboat Springs will show a national television audience that it's easier to rope a steer from the saddle of a horse than the passenger seat of a Porsche 911 Turbo in a snowy rodeo arena.
National television audiences and United Airline passengers have been seeing a lot of Steamboat Springs lately.
City officials are still await a call from the Federal Railroad Administration to learn if they will be able to take a big step toward construction of a new, less troublesome access to Emerald Park.
State Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush's latest attempt to pass a bill aiming to make winter driving safer on Interstate 70 in the mountains is gaining traction at the statehouse.
The bill from Representative Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, would give city, county and school district employees in Colorado the same whistleblower protections that state employees currently enjoy.
State Transportation Commission Chairwoman Kathy Connell has an outside-of-the-box idea for how to solve a problem of deer tiptoeing over cattle guards to get around the miles of new wildlife fencing on Colorado Highway 9.
According to the latest planning documents, an early phase of the project would create a new parking area where the tennis courts currently are.
What a bankruptcy would mean for the retailer's Steamboat Springs location at Wildhorse Meadows is not yet clear.
Kier Delaney was impressed Friday as he looked over a large rendering of what Yampa Street will become after two years of construction to install millions of dollars worth of new infrastructure.
Skiing at the city's historic ski hill will be free during the Winter Carnival and on Jan. 31, Feb. 28 and March 13.
A recruitment brochure for Steamboat Springs' next city manager outlines the long list of issues and opportunities the city's top employee will need to tackle early in his or her career.
The Steamboat Springs City Council has decided to grow the size of the committee that oversees management of Haymaker Golf Course due to the high level of interest in the board.
Itching to hit the slopes on that powder day? Need to clean your house without worrying about a screaming child? There's a new child care option in Steamboat Springs that gives local parents a break.
At a work session Tuesday night, the Steamboat Springs City Council reaffirmed it wants Howelsen Hill to remain both a public ski hill and a training ground for winter athletes for years to come.
City Council to discuss future of historic hill at Tuesday work session
The future of Howelsen Hill has come into the spotlight in recent months as some city council members have fretted about the subsidy required to operate and maintain what many in the community call Steamboat's "crown jewel."
The applicants all think they can help improve the profitability of the course and bring more players to the greens.
In an uprecedented situation, lift operations were scaled back last week because the city found itself without enough employees to run the full service.
As more and more vehicles come equipped with new sensors and built-in Internet connections, CDOT is hoping to utilize these tools to more quickly push road conditions and warnings about traffic hazards to drivers in a matter of seconds.
Some Steamboat Springs City Council members have indicated they aren't ready to pull the plug completely on a shared facility, and they'd like to talk with Routt County commissioners next month to better understand their financial situation and the potential timing for a partnership.
Investigator found evidence of hostile work environment, harassment and violations of city rules at Steamboat Springs Police Department
Investigator uncovers evidence of harassment, hazing at Steamboat PD
A new summary of Katherine Nuanes' investigation released Tuesday evening faults the city's former top cops on several fronts and claims several city policies were violated on their watch.
"The good news is it seems to have really assisted thus far," State Transportation Commission chairwoman Kathy Connell said. "That huge clog problem we've had there seems to be flowing better."
Steamboat Springs Police Chief Cory Christensen on Tuesday will present the Steamboat Springs City Council with a new, more detailed summary of the internal investigation that led to great turnover at the top of this city's government.
Officer John McCartin said police on Sunday found what appeared to be a bullet hole in a third floor bedroom at Eaglepointe Townhomes off Hilltop Parkway.
After years of dreams, drawings and discussions, Steamboat Springs city officials are now rolling up their sleeves and preparing to launch the biggest downtown improvement project this city has seen in several years.
A 3.21-acre parcel of land to the north of Old Town is another step closer to being annexed into the city of Steamboat Springs for future residential development.
Pat Arnone hopes his patient persistence and frequent public comments at City Council meetings will soon earn him a chance to enter the Yampa Valley's lucrative marijuana industry.
A preliminary report from the city shows tax revenue collected in November was just .52 percent shy of the revenue collected in the same month last year.
As the leaders of an executive search firm took detailed notes, council members spelled out the many qualities they'd like to see in the city's next top employee.
Council will discuss improvement plan Tuesday night
City staff will tell the Steamboat Springs City Council they plan to soon bring on a public relations consultant who will be tasked with outreach, marketing and management of the downtown improvement plan.