Keystone incorporation election

U.S. Highway 6 runs through Keystone March 2, 2023. Traffic and pedestrian safety issues have made the highway a flash-point for incorporation advocates.
Tripp Fay/Summit Daily News

Past news coverage:

Nov. 29: Colorado’s newest town is ready to elect its first-ever leaders

Oct. 6: Keystone incorporation could cost Summit County $6 million, finance director says 

Sept. 26: Keystone voters approve town charter, securing home-rule status

Sept. 19: Keystone will soon vote on a charter, paving the way for becoming either a home-rule or statutory town. So what’s the difference?

June 23: As Keystone residents unveil draft charter for new town, tensions flare over second-home owner voting 

March 15: A vote this month could make Keystone Colorado’s newest town. For residents, it’s brought excitement, skepticism and uncertainty.

March 6: Keystone residents pitch their vision for a new town with weeks to go before incorporation vote

Feb 22: As Keystone incorporation vote nears, its proponents and Summit County officials differ on the possible financial impacts

Feb. 6: Push to make Keystone its own town continues — with upcoming community events planned ahead of March 28 vote

Nov. 1: Keystone resort residents seek self-rule as Colorado’s newest town

Opinion editorials and letters:

Opinion | Keystone Incorporation Committee: Becoming a town brings benefits

Opinion | County commissioners: Your frequently asked questions answered regarding Keystone Incorporation

Opinion | Bruce Butler: The new town of Keystone

March 24: Letter to the Editor | There are too many negatives to making Keystone its own town; vote no

March 24: Letter to the Editor | Vacation rental owners support Keystone incorporation

March 23: Letter to the Editor | I have bad feelings about Keystone incorporation

Feb. 23: Letter to the Editor: Local representation is crucial for Keystone’s future as a town

Feb. 23: Letter to the Editor | Keystone should be free from Summit County government control

Feb. 17: Letter to the Editor | Don’t trust the county’s scare tactics about Keystone incorporation

Jan. 26: Letter to the Editor | We need more clarity about the possible Keystone incorporation plans