Two types of businesses Steamboat Springs has never seen before are being planned for the downtown corridor.
Chainsaws were buzzing Thursday up on Emerald Mountain as crews worked to build another new mountain biking trail in Steamboat Springs.
Lower elevation trails open, but many remain unrideable
Mother Nature is making it more difficult than usual for volunteers to get Emerald Mountain ready for hikers and bikers this spring.
City Council approves city manager contract offer for Gary Suiter
The Steamboat Springs City Council has offered Gary Suiter a city manager contract that would pay him an annual base salary of $185,000 and give him a more generous severance package in the event his contract is ever terminated within six months of a council election.
Some Steamboat Springs residents have waited more than 30 years to see the groundbreaking ceremony that occured Friday on Yampa Street.
The city of Steamboat Springs' great reverse-angle parking experiment will continue despite some concerns from the city's elected officials.
In a city that’s home to an estimated 5,500 canines, two officers are stepping up efforts to help keep the peace. But they are facing some resistance in Dog Town USA.
Mike DeGregorio was a bit late to work on Friday.
The Steamboat Springs City Council is ready to start dotting some i's and crossing some t's with the man they offered the city manager job last week.
The 203-mile detour around the major rockfall event in Glenwood Canyon may have ended months ago, but collatoral damage resulting from the interstate closure still lingers in Northwest Colorado.
The Steamboat Springs City Council was not ready to offer its top city manager job candidate a contract to sign Tuesday following a lengthy closed-door session that was called to negotiate an employment agreement.
The Steamboat Springs City Council has told city staff to abandon ship on the idea of building a municipal campus at 10th Street and Lincoln Avenue.
Majority votes in favor of marijuana business move
Curve Plaza is about to get a little greener.
Police Chief Cory Christensen praised the dedication of the officer.
Whatever council decides is poised to be controversial.
The former police officer claims Wiggins' actions last year were unlawful and resulted in her departure from the police department and harmed her reputation;
Visitors who have a hard time finding a close place to park in downtown Steamboat Springs this summer could have a new, fun way to zip to and from a satellite lot or catch a ride for 10 blocks.
Main Street seeks ambassadors to assist Steamboat visitors
Main Street Steamboat Springs is seeking volunteers for a new downtown ambassador program that will place walking, talking information booths in the city's commercial center.
City crews finished cleaning up the section of River Road on Thursday, and the road is now reopen.
City officials say it's too early to gauge impact of latest Howelsen slide
Howelsen Hill just won't sit still.
It might be time for drivers in Northwest Colorado to start taking Colorado Highway 131 or Berthoud Pass to get to and from the Front Range.
The Steamboat Springs City Council is questioning whether the search firm it paid to help find its next city manager thoroughly vetted all of the candidates and delivered on all of its promises.
Council says interim has "righted the ship" during dark days
The Steamboat Springs City Council has offered the city manager job to a man they say is a steady hand who arrived at City Hall seven months ago and "righted the ship" during some of the city's darkest days.
The city of Steamboat Springs is planning to select Duckels Construction as the contractor for all of the work.
Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday will choose who it wants to oversee the city's roughly 275 employees and $60 million budget.
Interview committee tells City Council interim city manager is best fit for job
The panel of community members who spent all day Friday interviewing the four city manager finalists wants the city of Steamboat Springs to stick with the man who has been leading the government on an interim basis.
Residents invited to sit in on candidate interviews
A forum Thursday at the Steamboat Springs Community Center gave residents their first opportunity to meet the four city manager finalists and gain a sense for how they might fit in here.
On Monday, former City Manager Alan Lanning finalized the short sale of his home in the Silver Spur neighborhood and paid the city $73,693. He will repay the rest in monthly installments of $600 for up to 99 months.
A real estate developer that successfully turned a former mining waste area in Breckenridge into a popular workforce housing neighborhood for locals has quietly been gauging the feasibility of a new neighborhood for local workers in west Steamboat Springs.
Driver who crashed into regional transit bus in March was uninsured
The city now is facing the expensive task of replacing the bus after it was deemed to be a total loss.
Four years and 44 days after new police station effort launched, city makes progress on building sites
The Steamboat Springs City Council narrowed the list of potential locations for the police headquarters to four locations on Tuesday night.
Steamboat Springs residents on Thursday can meet the four men who are vying to become the next city manager.
A committee that has been exploring other ways of funding the region's vast portfolio of parks and recreation amenities made its case Monday for why it wants the city to look into forming a new government that could levy an additional tax.
According to national news reports, debt-saddled Sports Authority is now considering closing all 467 of its stores after abandoning a plan to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Steamboat Ski Area's plan to build a new mountain coaster and mini-golf course at the base of Mount Werner had a mostly smooth ride Tuesday at a city planning commission meeting.
City Council to discuss 6 sites, including option with new City Hall
Under the 10th Street option, the 55-year-old building that houses City Hall would be replaced by a new police station, and a new City Hall would be constructed next door on what is currently a public parking lot at 10th Street and Lincoln Avenue.
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Community members can band together Saturday and do their part to pick up some of the poop that has been left behind and neglected at local parks and trails.
City changes easement policy after recent Central Park Drive project snafu
The city of Steamboat Springs says it will stop relying on the types of handshake deals over construction easements that recently held up the major Central Park Drive project for two-and-a-half weeks and threatened to nix a roundabout.
The Steamboat Springs City Council has approved what will be the largest apartment development ever constructed downtown.
Council will revote on pot shop move after forcing a member to recuse himself
The council will hold a fresh hearing May 17 and take a new vote on the move after determining Tony Connell needs to recuse himself from the decision.
But first, the council will discuss whether two of its members should have voted to deny the move in the first place.
Soon, pieces of the large, wooden spools that used to store cable at Yampa Valley Electric Association will be used to craft Mountain Tap Brewery's new bar.
Cameron Poole still remembers when Colorado Mountain College's cafeteria was more, well, college-like, but those days are long gone. As college kids have grown more "food savvy" and aware of where their meals come from, CMC has adapted and stepped up its game in a brand new dining hall...
Mary Brown said Friday she has started having some initial conversations about the project with business owners whose properties will be affected by the construction that is scheduled to start next month.
According to the latest update about the road construction project that has resumed on the highway, drivers could encounter 15- to 20-minute delays just north of the Green Mountain Reservoir due to alternating lane closures.
First signs of spring landslide seen at city's historic ski hill
Howelsen Hill Supervisor Brad Setter reported late last week he was observing signs of a slope failure on the upper face of the hill that extended to the Alpine Slide.
City Council weighs in on proposal to replace old child care facility
Some council members were leery when they learned the project had not gone through the city's planning process yet.
The bill, from state Rep. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, would give city, county and school district employees in Colorado the same whistleblower protections state employees currently enjoy.
The creation of a formal river put-in and take-out point at Stockbridge will replace an informal access point city officials and river users think is unsafe.
Here's what resident need to know about the first phase of the construction at one of the city's busiest shopping centers.