Test results confirm the presence of blue-green algae in Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. During the closure, the following activities are prohibited: swimming, bathing, paddle boarding, tubing, water skiing and non-motorized boating of any kind. No pets are allowed. The use of permitted motorized... Read more
City employees that are working to keep facilities clean are even more valuable during this pandemic. Meet Aecha Devereaux. She's been working at the Colorado Springs Airport for more than 20 years. She's excited to welcome travelers back to the COS Airport when they’re ready to fly!
The City of Colorado Springs will be adding two additional red light cameras at Platte Avenue and Union Boulevard as well as Woodmen Road and Duryea Drive on June 20, 2020, as part of the “Red Light Safety Camera Program.”
This year Bike to Work Day is transforming into a week-long celebration supporting local businesses. Instead of riders grabbing free breakfast at stations along their commute to work, riders are encouraged to support Colorado Springs businesses by bike.
Ted and Jen sit down with City Council Member Wayne Williams to hear about a proposed Police Advisory Committee in response to recent protests in Colorado Springs. City Council held a special session this week to discuss the formation of the volunteer group. Wayne will explain the results of that... Read more
The 2020 Bike to Work Day, originally scheduled for June 24, will transform into a week-long celebration supporting businesses, June 22-28. Instead of riders grabbing free breakfast at stations along their commute to work, riders are encouraged to support Colorado Springs businesses by bike.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Advisory Board approved two new master plans: the Austin Bluffs Open Space Master and Management Plan and the Downtown Historic Parks Master PlanA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a generalized... Read more
The Mayor’s Office and the Colorado Springs Police Department support the creation of this committee because we believe, if done right, it can result in broader community trust in the police department. In regard to transparency for example, we think hearing from citizens as to what information... Read more
Colorado Springs City Council approved, with a vote of 5-3 Tuesday, three ordinances allowing for accessory dwelling units and accessory family suites in all zone districts. The ordinance will be presented to City Council for a second reading and vote June 23, after which the ordinances will take... Read more
Two additional red light cameras will go live June 12 at Lake Avenue & East Cheyenne Mountain Boulevard and Airport Road & South Academy Boulevard. The goal of the “Red Light Safety Camera Program” is to protect drivers, passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians from injuries or crashes caused... Read more