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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-August 1, 2022-As good neighbors, the city is hosting a dedicated open house for property owners in the immediate vicinity of the new downtown Fire Station & City Hall project on Monday, August 8.
“This is just one of many ongoing ways to reach out to our neighbors and the community,” said Deputy City Manager Tom Leeson. “Our goal is to share as much information as possible and keep everyone up to date on the project as it moves through the different phases.”
The neighborhood event will run from 5:30-6:30pm in Centennial Hall (124 10th Street). Information and design plans on the project will be shared. Property owners can ask questions and share input on the project as well as examine facility plans, construction timeline and project schedule.
Improving services and modernizing facilities that will last the community well into the future are just a few reasons behind the project for a new downtown fire station, city hall and civic campus. The city is underway with a community engagement program to solicit comments and input from citizens.
The city is in the process of designing and constructing a multi-million-dollar project for a new downtown City Hall and Fire Station. Built on the current City Hall location (137 10th Street), the Fire Station & City Hall project envisions transforming a two-block section of downtown into a civic campus which would serve the community for decades to come.
Located on 10th Street between Oak & Lincoln, the proposed campus with a new downtown fire station and city hall will redefine municipal services that bring modern technologies and efficiencies for the benefit of citizens across the city.
Project information and materials are available on EngageSteamboat.net and plan boards are displayed in Centennial Hall and at the city council booth at the Saturday Farmers Market. The city will host a public open house on August 11 from 6-8pm at 840 Yampa St (current downtown fire station).
ContactTom Leeson, Deputy City Manager, 970.871.8249 or emailChuck Cerasoli, Fire Chief, 970.879.7170 or emailMichael Lane, Communications Manager, 970.871.8220 or email