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The City and Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort gathered input from the community on special events. What do we envision the future of special events with the goals of ensuring public safety, providing unique experiences, drives visitation and local spending and evaluate how events evolve.

Out of the process a new online event permitting system was launched in February 2022, for events in the coming year.

The City and Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort gathered input from the community on special events. What do we envision the future of special events with the goals of ensuring public safety, providing unique experiences, drives visitation and local spending and evaluate how events evolve.

Out of the process a new online event permitting system was launched in February 2022, for events in the coming year.

  • Online City Event Permitting Software Launches

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    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-February 14, 2022-The City of Steamboat Springs is excited to announce the launch of a new online application system for special event permitting. Producers looking to host an event in Steamboat Springs will now be able to submit their applications online via one streamlined process to the city.

    This new software comes out of a lengthy conversation around special events and best practices and procedures. The platform, along with several other revisions to the permitting process, will assist the city in better managing venue capacities, conditions of approval, and community impacts especially during peak winter and summer months.

    “We have been working to improve and enhance the event permitting process for many years, and we are thrilled to finally launch the new online software to aid in this process” said Rachel Lundy, the city’s Special Events Coordinator. “This system will help expedite and streamline event permitting and save both event producers and city staff a significant amount of time moving forward.”

    The City of Steamboat Springs has spent over 5 years reviewing and revising the event application and permitting process. Implementation of the new OpenGov special event software system was the final step in the process, which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Cloud based system easily collects all the necessary data and documents required for an event, and the automated and transparent workflow provides a much improved and efficient process for both event producers and city staff. The new software also provides robust reporting capabilities and allows event producers to pay any required fee directly online.

    Additional information on the platform as well as applying for an application can be done through the city’s website at steamboatsprings.net/specialevents.

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    Contact
    Rachel Lundy, Special Events Coordinator, 970.871,8225 or email
    Winnie DelliQuadri, Special Projects Manager, 970.871.8257 or email
    Emily Hines, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, 970.871.7031 or email

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