Regular City Council Meetings are typically held the first and third Tuesday of the month starting at 5pm in the Citizens Meeting Room in Centennial Hall (124 10th Street). Sessions are hosted in-person as well as live streamed, through Zoom and viewed on the city's YouTube channel.
Public Comment during regular meetings takes place after staff reports, or at 6pm (whichever comes first). General Public Comment is for items not on that evening's agenda. When called upon by Council President - identify yourself by name and address. All comments are limited to 3 minutes or less.
Council work sessions are held normally on the second Tuesday of the month starting at 5pm in the Carver Meeting Room in Centennial Hall. Work sessions are held in-person and through Zoom only.
Public commented is NOT provided during a work session.
All communications to City Council through this website shall be deemed public documents and are subject to the Colorado Open Records Act. This includes email addresses and any personal information that you include in your email. A notation of "Confidential" on the communication does not protect the document from public review. The City Manager, City Attorney and City Clerk are copied on all emails.
There are seven members of the Steamboat Springs City Council, representing constituents in all precincts of the city, including one At-Large Councilor.
|Steve Muntean||Councilor||At-Large||Term Expires 11/2025||Email Steve Muntean||Biography|
|Bryan Swintek||Councilor||District I||Term Expires 11/2027||Email Bryan Swintek||Biography|
|Gail Garey||Councilor||District I||Term Expires 11/2025||Email Gail Garey||Biography|
|Michael Buccino||Councilor||District II||Term Expires 11/2027||Email Michael Buccino||Biography|
|Joella West||Councilor||District II||Term Expires 11/2025||Email Joella West||Biography|
|Amy Dickson||Councilor||District III||Term Expires 11/2027||Email Amy Dickson||Biography|
|Dakotah McGinlay||Councilor||District III||Term Expires 11/2025||Email Dakotah McGinlay||Biography|
Open and transparent government is an important element in ensuring the municipal process runs smoothly and free of influence. The Ethics Committee reviews questions and complaints to possible conflicts of interest and ethics violations of City Councilors, members of Boards and Commissions along with the City Manager and City Attorney