The public is invited to learn about RetoolCOS, the City’s process for updating the zoning and subdivision ordinance, and the draft of the plan’s first module focusing on Zoning Districts and Uses, at a digital public meeting May 5. The City’s zoning ordinance is being updated to provide the tools... Read more
The Colorado Springs City Council unanimously approved a land exchange on April 28 that will expand Coleman Community Park, which is located in the northeast part of the city off of Tutt Avenue and Barnes Road. The exchange grants the city 23.5 acres of the Springs Ranch Golf Course in exchange for... Read more
To facilitate public input on City projects and initiatives while practicing social distancing requirements of the Safer of Home Order, the City of Colorado Springs will conduct online public engagement, including virtual project presentations, public meetings using Microsoft Teams, and online... Read more
The Deerfield Hills Community Center, one of the city’s four community centers, resumed its free monthly mobile food pantry by serving 445 residents in southeast Colorado Springs on April 24. By moving to an appointment-only distribution, it is continuing to safely serve residents.
Mayor Suthers talks about what the “Safer At Home” phase means for local residents and addresses the latest COVID-19 numbers in El Paso County, the city budget, and potential economic impacts. He also offers the city’s thanks to everyone taking this pandemic seriously and to essential workers for... Read more
Colorado Springs, CO – In March and April, COS experienced a significant downturn in air service due to a decrease in passenger traffic related to the coronavirus pandemic. In March, following two months of increases in January and February, COS enplaned 34,595 passengers, bringing the total... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Roadways in Garden of the Gods Park will receive scheduled crack seal maintenance April 21-22. Crews are set to work from 5 a.m.-5 p.m., and flaggers will help traffic move around the active work areas. Visitors are asked to obey the posted park speed limit of 20 miles per... Read more
Safe Work Zones for All. Protect workers. Protect road users. We Can Do It!
The start of paving season is upon us. It’s both good news and bad news for drivers across the city. Work zones provide a safe area for workers and a safe route for road users around 2C paving and other roadway projects,... Read more
The Colorado Springs Fire Department's Division of the Fire Marshal has enacted Burn Restriction Orders that have been encouraged by Governor Polis due to COVID-19 straining state, local, and federal resources. These restrictions will be effective on April 17, 2020.
he Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department is starting construction on two improvement projects in Monument Valley Park this month. The park’s pickleball courts will receive new lighting to allow for safe night play and an antiquated irrigation system in North Monument Valley Park and... Read more