Routt County Road 62 slated to be closed north of Clark Tuesday, Aug. 14
Routt County Road 62 will close 8.2 miles north of Clark at Mill Creek and 3.2 miles south of Routt County Road 129 on the Hahns Peak end due to culvert replacement. The closure will begin Tuesday, Aug. 14, and all roadway user traffic will be restricted in this area. The closure will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. All roadway users are advised to avoid the area during the culvert replacement closure.
City of Steamboat Springs seeks community support requests
The city of Steamboat Springs is accepting applications for community support funding through the Yampa Valley Community Foundation. The deadline to submit a request is Oct. 11.
“Steamboat Springs is a place that values taking care of its residents, and, as we’ve seen, the community’s needs continue to expand across the Yampa Valley,” said Mark Andersen, executive director for the Yampa Valley Community Foundation, in a news release. “By working together, we’re able to address key interests and focus the power of partnerships to make a tremendous impact for our community.”
City Council allocates several hundreds of thousands of dollars in funds each year to assist community organizations that fall among the following allocations coalitions – environmental, arts and culture and health and human services.
Applications are ranked on several criteria by a selection committee with expertise in the coalition focus. Community support requests must relate to the following criteria.
- Activity/program reduces city service requirements, fulfills a city goal or aligns with City Council’s mission, vision and values.
- The grant is not more than 30 percent of the organization’s total budget.
- Organization indicates there is strength/diversity among its other funding sources.
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