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The leaves are changing, the nights are cooler and these beautiful fall days are beginning to get shorter as winter lies on the horizon. The City of Steamboat Springs Public Works wants to remind contractors and homebuilders to plan now for upcoming work during winter months.
“In our mountain location snow can arrive any time and often without notice,” said David Van Winkle, Streets Superintendent for the City of Steamboat Springs. “If you’re planning on working through the winter, inspections need to be completed before November 1. It might seem like you have some time, but November will be here before you know it and planning ahead now goes a long way.”
Contactors and homeowners who anticipate needing permanent power, a certificate of occupancy (CO) or water and/or sewer service during the winter months, should schedule project so that the grading and drainage improvements along with utility installations are complete and inspected before November 1. The following outlines inspection options and contact details:
Following a few simple guidelines will set projects up for a successful winter season and ensure work completed does not hinder city operations or result in additional costs for homeowners and businesses. Questions about these programs should be directed to Street Superintendent, David Van Winkle, or Street Supervisor, Tom Martindale.
David Van Winkle, Streets Superintendent, 970.879.1807 or email
Tom Martindale, Streets Supervisor, 970.879.1807 or email
Sheila Weekly, Administrative Assistant, 970.879.1807 or email