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IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE DIAL THE DISTRICT'S PAGER (970) 846-5117

ATTENTION!! BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018

SEWER RATE INCREASES

The city of Steamboat Springs has passed an ordinance to increase the sewer rates for the following 3 years. This in turn effects all Steamboat II Metropolitan District residents. Beginning January 1, 2018, the sewer rate for all single family residences will be a base rate of $42.87.  In 2019, the rate will increase to $45.60

ICE RINK AND GROOMING

The ice rink is currently closed. Warm weather turned the rink to slush and the crew was forced to close it. If you skated on it, you understand why. The crew will continue to monitor it and if it can be salvaged and reopened, we will let you know.
There is not enough snow to groom and for now, we will not even move the snowcat to Silver Spur. The ditches are all open and the snowcat wouldn't be able to cross them. There's grass and road base on the trails appearing at the Steamboat II entrance. In the meantime, the crew will continue to groom with the snowmobile.

NEW EMAIL FOR THE DISTRICT

Effective immediately, we have replaced [email protected] with [email protected]metro.com
District's Open Space Policy
Access to your personal property via the District's open space is prohibited!
We understand at times it is impossible to reach your yards through your own property and under special circumstances, we will grant you limited access via our trails. HOWEVER, it is mandatory that you apply for a permit  AND receive confirmation from us BEFORE accessing our property. Click here for the permit.

Notice to Neighborhood Pet Owners!

West Connector Temporary Trail

Janet Hruby has successfully acquired a temporary easement and has constructed a temporary trail that links RCR 42 to the Gloria Gossard Parkway. It officially opens Friday 7/10/15. Below, she explains the layout and the rules.

"The trail provides a connection from CR 42 to Gossard Parkway in response to requests from residents for an alternate west side path until a long-term planned US 40 sidewalk or core trail extension gets built. While a bit rough and hilly, the trail offers an alternate route to town from US 40.    The back-country trail is on a temporary easement from the property owners and passes completely through private property.  Help keep this trail available by staying on the trail (this means your dogs too). Another reason to stay on the trail is it passes near the gun range property -  stay on the trail to avoid potential hazards.  The trail is for non-motorized use only."


Enjoy this new connection and

Travel Safely,

 

Janet Hruby

Routt County Road & Bridge Director