The Community Development Division is accepting applications for its special CARES Act allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV) Public Services and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG-CV) Funds. The Division anticipates making approximately $1.4 million of federal funds available for... Read more
The final planting of native grasses and shrubs in the far northeastern portion of Garden of the Gods Park completes the construction phase of a large detention facility to protect Garden of the Gods Park, Rockledge Ranch Historic Site and downstream neighborhoods from flooding during large storm... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs Parking Enterprise and ParkMobile have announced a new partnership to provide contactless payments via mobile app at approximately 2,400 metered parking spaces throughout the City of Colorado Springs.
How will the city keep serving residents during this pandemic and economic crisis? Hear all about the local plan from the city’s Chief Financial Officer, including how the city is prioritizing public safety and other critical services. It impacts you and our entire community!
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department began work on several park and trail improvement projects. Projects include a section of remodeled trail at Shooks Run; construction of phase one of the new Northern Incline Trail; and significant improvements to the main parking lot at Red... Read more
Summer hours have begun on Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain. Gates open at 7:30 a.m. and last entry is at 6 p.m. Mandatory shuttle service for guests seeking to reach the summit is also back, as has been the case during the last two summer seasons due to construction of the new summit complex.
It’s hard to find the positive news, but we have some for you! Hear from Dirk Draper with the Chamber & Economic Development Corporation about the current climate, challenges and resources available to local businesses. Find out how the Chamber & EDC is partnering with the city and others... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The City of Colorado Springs wishes to remind residents, businesses, community groups and facilities to participate in "Be the Light" for area graduates tomorrow, May 20, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time). The citywide effort aims to turn lights on across the community... Read more
There will be an alternate route from the end of Barr Trail to the Pikes Peak summit during a temporary closure of the usual route. The alternate route will be in effect May 16 to July 31 due to construction of the new Summit Visitor Center.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Advisory Board at its monthly meeting Thursday, May 14 recommended by unanimous vote a proposal for the City of Colorado Springs to acquire more than 340 acres of open space near the Cedar Heights and Oak Valley Ranch neighborhoods. The acquisitions will... Read more
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