The Department of Water Resources recently suspended Stagecoach, Colorado well permits and vault permits, so it’s important to know which subdivisions have access to municipal water and sewer. Stagecoach land parcels are a speculative investment that buyers really need to evaluate before they purchase in one of the subdivisions at the back of Stagecoach.
Developments like Meadowgreen, Eagles Watch, Coyote Run, Neighborhoods at Youngs Peak, Lynx Basin Estates and others all have the ability to tap into Morrison Creek Water. Buyers looking for more affordable options than living in Steamboat will want to look at Stagecoach due to the recreational opportunities, natural beauty and proximity to Steamboat. So make sure you do your homework so there are no surprises.
Scroll down to see two maps of Stagecoach showing the zoning, water and sewer utilities, and (in 2nd map of South Stagecoach) which roads are built and unbuilt.
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