The city faces significant questions each year on a variety of topics. Your input, especially early in the process, is vital in shaping the future. Council urges you to make your thoughts known on what matters most to you and our direction forward.
Find agendas for City Council meetings as well as comprehensive packet materials. In addition, audio recording of Council sessions are typically posted 24-hours after the meeting.
Email & Website
Send an email or comment form to the entire city council, city manager, city attorney and city clerk.
Each Wednesday after regular Council meetings, find a recap of the night’s session available on the website, Facebook and Twitter.
Engage Steamboat is spurring community conversation. This is your place to get involved, share ideas, evaluate priorities, and empower Steamboat Springs to reach new heights as a city. Spring into action!
A list of current projects is outlined below:
This powerful web-based platform transforms data into an interactive, digital format, so citizens may access and understand financial and performance indicators as it relates to the city's past, present and future.
Dial Up & Tune In
Going to miss a council meeting? Dial up Comcast Cable, TV-6, or KKSB, 100.5 FM/1230 AM and catch live coverage of the every city council meeting as it happens. You'll be in the know on vital issues and decisions.
Interactive Citizens Programs
Ever wondered what it’s like to pilot a snow plow or SST bus? Plan for future growth? Or go into a smoke filled building completely in the dark?
This annual program offers in-depth insights into city operations, straight from the individuals responsible for them day-in and day-out. Visit the City 101 page for more information.
CITIZENS’ POLICE ACADEMY
The annual academy is designed to enhance the community’s knowledge about local law enforcement, their duties and responsibilities as well as its public safety programs and services.
The 10-week interactive curriculum covers topics associated with the police department and general law enforcement. Visit the Citizen's Police Academy page.