Steamboat briefs: Board members sought for trail maintenance fund
The Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund is seeking two community volunteers to serve on its board, which determines trail maintenance priority and projects based on need annually. Monday is the deadline for applications.
The purpose of the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund is to provide a permanent endowment to support specific non-motorized trail and trailhead maintenance projects on public lands within the current geographical boundaries of Routt and Moffat counties.
Visit yvcf.org/trails for more information and an application.
Finishing touches put on Central Park Drive project
The Central Park Drive project will be completed with the installation of final landscaping elements in the medians in and near the roundabout Monday. As a result Connell Resources will be instituting rolling road closures from approximately 7 a.m. to noon.
Access to businesses in Central Park Plaza will be maintained, and pedestrian access will not be impacted while work is completed in the roadway. In the event of inclement weather, the work may be delayed until later in the week, but work hours will remain the same.
City of Steamboat Springs officials encourage roadway users to travel with care and watch their speed within the cone zone.
New regulation applies to snowmobile owners
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds anyone planning to purchase a boat, OHV or snowmobile after Jan. 1 that a new regulation requires buyers to demonstrate proof of ownership before can be registered. Failure to show proof of ownership will prevent the completion of the registration.
Spay/neuter financial assistance is available to Routt County resident dogs and cats through the Routt County Humane Society. Shots are also available on the day of the appointment for $10 each. Co-pays range from $5 to $70 for qualifying applicants, and an $80 coupon is offered to all other residents. Local veterinarians participate in the program. To make a spay or neuter appointment online, visit routthumane.org.
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