Grade school students can enjoy hot springs for free next week
Old Town Hot Springs is offering free admission to any grade school student and younger Monday through Friday during Steamboat Springs spring break, on April 23-27.
In previous years, the pools were closed for cleaning during spring break; however, this year the pools will be open for those remaining in town who need a fun and entertaining daytime activity.
Families can spend relaxing downtime in the hot-springs-fed pools during the school break at a reduced cost. Any current high school senior or younger is eligible.
The water slides are closed for the off-season.
Yampa River Health Assessment scheduled for Wednesday, April 18 at 6 p.m.
The city of Steamboat Springs will host its second community workshop on the Yampa River Health Assessment and Streamflow Management Plan at 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 18 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center, 1605 Lincoln Ave.
The April community workshop will utilize an open format with a short presentation, followed by participant input and discussion. The city and its partners are leading the development of this plan to improve the health and resiliency of the Yampa River through town in the face of shifting climatic conditions and water use demands.
To stay up-to-date on meeting and presentation schedules, sign up to receive notifications, schedule interviews or learn more about the project, visit engagesteamboat.net or steamboatsprings.net/yampariver.
Transit summer schedule officially underway in Steamboat
Steamboat Springs Transit started its free summer schedule Monday, April 16. The schedule is similar to 2017 with the exception of no Purple or Orange Line service this year. With that change, the Yampa Valley Medical Center will be by request during business hours.
During summer, SST features the Red Line, Green Line and Yellow Line.
Starting at 8 p.m., the Night Line departs from the Stockbridge Transit Center every 30 minutes with the last bus of the evening departing at 11 p.m. Night Condo service starts from the Gondola Transit Center at 8:14 p.m. and runs every 30 minutes. The last condo loop for the Night Condo route heads out at 11:14 p.m.
To access the summer bus schedule, download the RouteShout app. In addition, the bus schedule can be viewed at steamboatsprings.net/sst. Schedule information, bus stop locations and times can be obtained at steamboatsprings.net/transit or by calling 970-879-3717.
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