Steamboat City Council to consider approving Brynn Grey annexation agreement
September 17, 2018
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Springs City Council will consider approving an annexation agreement with Brynn Grey Partners, the developers who hope to build three neighborhoods west of the current city limits, on Tuesday night.
At a glance
Sept. 18, 2018: Council approves annexation agreement
May 23, 2018: Council debates upfront costs
Sept. 22, 2017: Council analyzes traffic impacts
July 19, 2017: Developers don't think residents need to vote on annexation
May 27, 2017: Developer details pricing goals for new housing
Dec. 14, 2016: Council signs preliminary agreement with developers
May 4, 2016: Developer gauges feasibility of new housing
March 9, 2010: City voters deny Steamboat 700 annexation
City staff recommended approving the annexation agreement.
According to time estimates on Tuesday's agenda, the annexation discussion is slated to occur about two hours into City Council's Sept. 18 meeting. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. in Centennial Hall.
To watch the meeting, click here and select the Sept. 18 meeting. At 5 p.m. Tuesday, click the option to “View media” to watch a live stream of the meeting.