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There are 7 members of the Steamboat Springs City Council, representing constituents in all precincts of the City, including one "at large" Council member.

Mission Statement

The City Council of Steamboat Springs serves its citizens through the development and implementation of plans and partnerships that provide quality facilities, services, and programs for a diverse, vibrant, and healthy community.

Vision Statement

City Council synthesizes the best of the past and the most sustainable of the present to enhance Steamboat Springs' unique sense of place and its vibrant and healthy community for the future.

Council Goals

  1. Continue to develop plans and funding for a new law enforcement facility.
  2. Howelsen Hill - Work with all public stakeholders to develop a community vision, strategic plan, master plan, and long term maintenance plan.  Work with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club on developing a new Joint Use Agreement for Howelsen Hill in the context of the community vision and strategic plan for the ski area.
  3. Implement Downtown Improvement Plan.
  4. Develop a long-term fiscal sustainability plan for the City.
  5. Improve community trust.
  6. Define the City's role and develop viable options for facilitating diverse housing opportunities.
  7. Develop a sustainability plan with a focus on resource efficiency, cost effectiveness, and respect for the natural environment.

Council Policies

  • Make decisions and recommendations based on research, facts, and careful listening, taking into consideration short-term and long term goals, competing community interests, and using measurable evaluation criteria whenever possible.
  • Provide City services to the community in a courteous, efficient, and cost-effective manner.
  • Act in a fiscally responsible manner by following established financial policies.
  • Enhance communication within and throughout the community, staff, local and regional governments, and other organizations.
  • Foster new and existing partnerships that meet community needs.
  • Integrate the Steamboat Springs Area Community Plan in all aspects of community development.
  • Facilitate economic opportunities while protecting the natural environment, culture, community character and heritage.
  • Preserve open space and agricultural lands while integrating appropriate recreational opportunities whenever possible.

 
Magill_Walter_2.jpg  Walter Magill City Council President
District III - Term Expires 11/2017
1769 Brome Drive
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: (970) 819-1161 (Cell)
e-mail 
 
 Jason Lacy Photo Corrected.jpg Jason Lacy- City Council President Pro-Tem
District II - Term Expires 11/2019
582 Tamarack Dr.(P.O. Box 883389)
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Phone: (970) 819-8643 (Cell) 
e-mail
 
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Lisel Petis
District I - Term Expires 11/2017
 730 Yampa Street, B2
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: (970) 846-5255 (Cell)
e-mail

 
 ScottFord_LargePhoto.JPG Scott Ford
District II - Term Expires 11/2017
348 Cherry Drive
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: 970-819-9630
e-mail


 
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Robin Crossan
District I - Term Expires 11/2019
e-mail

 
 Kathi Meyer Photo Kathi Meyer
At Large- Term Expires 11/2017
28 Valley View Court (P.O. Box 883234)
Steamboat Springs, CO 80488
Phone: 970-819-4198
e-mail 

 
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Heather Sloop
District III - Term Expires 11/2019
3428 Hiawatha Court
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: (970) 846-4545 (Cell)
e-mail