Just as development decisions made 10, 20 or 50 years ago often affect the way Steamboat Springs looks today, current development decisions will have an impact in the future. Using the community’s long-range plans as a guide, Planning and Community Development strives to ensure growth and development that enhances our quality of life and promotes the community’s vision for the future.
The new land use management software, CityView. The customer portal enables online development plan, building permit, liquor license, and many other applications to be submitted, monitored, resubmitted, and tracked by the applicant.
Short-Term Rentals and a range of policy options for regulating vacation home rentals and/or short-term rentals are the focus of community conversation. Join the discussion: EngageSteamboat.net/STR
Mountain Area Master Plan
Big thanks to the 401 participants in the community engagement survey for the Mountain Area Master Plan in March! The City is using the input to work with stakeholders on implementation ideas and to develop a draft plan available for public review in July. To learn more, visit EngageSteamboat.net/MAMP or email Julie Baxter.