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Summit County business stats and figures

HCBR staff reports

– During the month of March, 1,139,124 vehicles passed through the Eisenhower/Johnson Memorial tunnels. It’s the second highest monthly count, surpassed only by a July, 2005 record.

– The year-to-date count of 3,040,629 vehicles surpasses the 2006 count by 157,011 vehicles, or 5.4 %.



– The March 30 to April 1 weekend attracted 135,160 vehicles. It was the sixth highest three-day winter weekend count.

– Saturday, March 3 set a record for the ninth highest 24-hour traffic count ever. It saw 47,661 vehicles through the tunnels.



– Friday, March 9 set a record for the most tunnel traffic in one hour, at 5 p.m.

n March 2-4 ranked second for the highest three-day weekend count ever, with 139,668 vehicles; March 9-11 ranked sixth with 136,966; and March 16-18 ranked 10th, with 135,867 vehicles.

The following permits have been issued by Summit County building department, which encompasses Copper Mountain, Keystone, Dillon and all of unincorporated Summit County.



– 2/1: Shadow Creek Ranch, 200 Upper Mesa Trail, 1822, day use cabin, $100,000.

– 2/1: Interval Owners Association, 4192 Highway 9, asbestos/mold abatement, $0.

– 2/1: Swan Mountain Investment Company, 16172 Highway 9, addition/remodel and garage, $363,000.

– 2/06: Lawrence Smart, 183 Elk Thistle Drive, 1251, single family residence with attached garage, $544,104.

– 2/07: Yelena Huebner, 129 Club House Road, 525, single family residence with garage, $1.4 million.

– 2/09: Gregory Morrison, 333 Ptarmigan Trail, 2021, single family residence with attached garage, $1 million.

– 2/16: Keystone East Ranch, LLC, 59 Mountain Bluebell Road, 160, single family residence with attached garage, $800,000.

– 2/22: Floyd and Theresa McCormick, 52 Sage View Court, 221, basement finish, $12,000.

– 2/23: Brad Vanderberg, 105 Fairview Circle, 399, hot tub installation, $0.

– 2/9: W.C. Smith, 0220 Whispering Pines Circle, new duplex, $838,741.

– 2/13: Jeffrey Smith, 0930 Whispering Pines Circle, new duplex, $842,415.

– 3/14: Bruce Dawson, 0045 Starlit Lane, replace roof, $22,765.

– 3/15: Scott Yeager, 0996 Indiana Creek Road, addition, $130,000.

Auto: $40,408, a 3.5% increase from January, 2006. Auto makes up 6.1% of all tax collected.

Building: $73,672, a 0.33% decrease. Makes up 11.15% of tax collected.

Construction: $154,935, a 23.4% increase. Makes up 23.45% of tax collected.

Outlet stores: $210,800, a 18.9% increase. Makes up 31.8% of tax collected. Phase I is down $482, or 0.95%; Phase II is up $6,895, or 6.83%; and Phase III is up $27,235, or 106.23%.

Food/liquor: $108,165, a 13.36% increase. Makes up 16.3% of tax collected.

Lodging: $29,125, a 28.7% increase. Makes up 4.4% of tax collected.

Service: $29,125, a 12.5% increase. Makes up 6.8% of tax collected.

Total: $661,996, a 15.4% increase from January, 2006.

Lodging: $13,410, a 18.4% increase. from January, 2006.

Total: $409,719, a 11.25% increase from January, 2006.

Eagle: $173,416,500

Garfield: $92,346,900

Pitkin: $253,209,100

Routt: $100,388,000

Summit: $82,933,400

Total: $702,293,900


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