Lori went three years without a job. In that time, she has lived in the women’s shelter at Springs Rescue Mission and struggled with her sense of self worth. But through the City of Colorado Springs‘ new WorkCOS program, she’s now working, smiling and dreaming big.
City Forestry is removing dozens of mid-sized Siberian elm and black locust trees and thousands of seedlings as part of a project to control invasive species in Monument Valley Park. Native vegetation will naturally grow in once the invasive species are removed.
Show your love for Colorado Springs! The City of Colorado Springs has launched a new online store, ShopCOS.org, featuring Olympic City USA-branded merchandise. Until now, Olympic City USA merchandise was only available to purchase at a handful of local retail stores.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A portion of Gold Camp Road – from pull-off No. 5 to Captain Jacks parking lot – will be closed on Friday, Aug. 7, from approximately 6 a.m.-2 p.m. It’s anticipated that this will be the final closure for this project.
The Mayor's Office is now accepting nominations for the seventh annual Mayor’s Young Leader Awards. Launched in 2015, the awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of young professionals, age 40 and under, whose extraordinary efforts make a positive impact on the Colorado Springs community.
The Manitou Incline is now open with new conditions for use. All users required to make a free online reservation before hiking and show proof of their reservation to an onsite attendant. Visit ColoradoSprings.gov/Incline for parking instructions, rules and regulations, and more details.
Following an announcement by the Colorado State High School Activities Association (CSHSAA) that football and soccer are delayed until spring 2021, the City has decided to cancel its youth football and soccer seasons for fall 2020. In an effort to continue providing players with quality options,... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs is exploring new operational opportunities for the Westside Community Center after a decade of collaboration with Woodmen Valley Chapel’s Center for Strategic Ministry LLC. The City is interested in exploring the full continuum of options for the Westside Center and... Read more
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department will begin improvements on a segment of the Palmer-Mesa Trail on Monday, Aug. 3. The trail segment, located parallel to 30th Street, will be closed for the duration of the project, which is expected to last through the end of September.