The streets are slushy and the Market Street sidewalks are unshoveled as seen during the snowstorm last week in Meeker. Meeker Town Hall is reminding all Meeker residents it is their duty to keep residential and business sidewalks clear of snow or to possibly face a fine up to $1,000—even the businesses along Market Street that didn’t have a sidewalk last winter. Town Administrator Scott Meszaros said the town guidelines are that Meeker residents and businesses have 24 hours after a snow incident to shovel the walks during business days, and no later than 48 hours after a snow event on the weekends. “Like all Municipal Code issues, a citation can be issued and up to a $1,000 fine imposed by the town judge,” Meszaros said, stressing that the town is serious about having the walks cleared in order to avoid accidents and lawsuits.
A deer on the Colorado Northwestern Community College’s campus in Rangely pauses in front of the large blue-and-orange tent near the school’s ice tower. The tent serves as a staging area for climbers and houses […]
RBC I At many higher elevations, ice has started to cover the reservoirs, rivers and ponds, attracting visitors to ice fish, ice skate, ice sail and enjoy other winter activities outdoors. The winter landscapes beckon […]
RBC | The first winter storm warning of the season will continue through 6 p.m. Monday for the Central Yampa River Basin-Upper Yampa River Basin including the cities of Craig, Hayden, Meeker and Steamboat Springs. Heavy […]