CSPD’s grant-funded project, “Slow Down, Colorado Springs — It’s the Law,” aims at supplementing the police department’s existing speed enforcement efforts. Using funds from the Colorado Department of Transportation, officers conduct enforcement activity at well-traveled locations that experience a... Read more
In cooperation with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department, the City of Colorado Springs maintained its lofty rating in the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System, earning a “Class 5” rating for the second-straight year.
We’re getting a little more serious than usual to talk about the high number of traffic fatalities in Colorado Springs, and what our police officers identify as the major reasons. Listen to some frightening stories and life-saving tips from the lead of the Major Crash Team, Sgt. Jim Stinson. Jen... Read more
The public is invited to comment on Phase 9 of the City of Colorado Springs’ updated ADA Title II Transition Plan. Phase 9 includes Leon Young Park & Sports Complex, Rick “Goose” Gossage Youth Sports Complex, and Skyview Adult Sports Complex.