• Routt County commissioner: Beth Melton (D) • Routt County clerk and recorder: Kim Bonner (D) • Routt County treasurer: Lane Iacovetto (R) • Routt County assessor: Gary Peterson (R) • Routt County sheriff: Garrett Wiggins (R) • Routt County coroner: Rob Ryg (R) • Hayden mayor: Joseph Redmond • Hayden council members: Zach Wuestewald, Trevor Gann, Tammi Engle
January 5, 2019 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Routt County's newly elected and re-elected officials will be sworn in during a special ceremony at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8 in the third floor hearing room, which is located in the historic Routt County Courthouse on Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs.
November 13, 2018 — The Routt County Board of County Commissioners narrowly rejected two measures that could have postponed the proposed May election in which voters would determine if the city of Steamboat Springs will be included in the surrounding fire district.
November 8, 2018 — Steamboat Springs City Council and the Steamboat Springs Area Fire Protection District Board will host a joint work session at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12 in Centennial Hall to discuss the proposed May election to include the city within the district. Under the proposed measure, city and district voters would decide if the district should expand to include the city, which would levy the district property tax on city residents.
November 7, 2018 — Routt County voters turned out in greater numbers for this year’s midterm election. A greater proportion of active voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s election than in any midterm election since 1998.
November 6, 2018 — Editor’s note: This story was updated at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7. STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Measures intended to reduce the impact of the Gallagher Amendment on Oak Creek and Steamboat Springs Area fire protection districts and Colorado Mountain College passed in Routt County. A similar measure failed in
November 6, 2018 — Residents of Colorado will find a different format for judge retention questions in future elections thanks to voters' approval of Amendment W in this year's election. Amendment W, a 2018 ballot measure that seeks to change the format of judge retention questions in future elections,
November 6, 2018 — Colorado's voters have spoken Tuesday regarding the state's official definition of industrial hemp voting in support of a proposed state constitutional amendment on the issue. Statewide Colorado voters cast more than 980,000 ballots in favor of Amendment X and almost 635,000 ballots against the measure.