To keep snow and ice control at a reasonable cost and to ensure crews can keep vital roads and emergency routes clear, the City has to prioritize the order streets are treated. We’ve established primary and secondary snow routes to address our city’s emergency routes, major thoroughfares and... Read more
For the month of October, the four air carriers at the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) enplaned a total of 79,903 passengers, up 18.2 percent from the same period last year. Seats available in the market were up a whopping 22 percent with three of the four carriers showing an increase.
The city’s oldest, continuously-operated cemeteries, Evergreen and Fairview are the final resting places of more than 3,300 veterans dating back as far as the Civil War. To remember and commemorate the service of our local heroes, Evergreen Heritage, also known as the Evergreen Cemetery Benevolent... Read more
The Colorado Springs Fire Department does so much more than fight fires! Typically fire related calls are only one percent of CSFD call responses. Jen and Ted speak with Sunny Smaldino, Safety Educator for CSFD’s Division of the Fire Marshal, about preventative measures for fire and general safe... Read more
Visitors to Garden of the Gods Park can now enjoy a new view of the park’s massive red rock formations from a brand new overlook. The overlook also serves as the roof of new and more accessible restrooms. The architecture and aesthetics of the new building complement and blend into the natural... Read more
It’s easier than ever to contact the City, make a request, or report a problem thanks to the new GoCOS! app. It’s free and available for iPhone and Android users. Rather not download another app? Just go to ColoradoSprings.Gov/GoCOS