Mayor John Suthers presented Spirit of the Springs Celebration Awards on Wednesday, Sept. 29 to several community members and organizations for their leadership in celebrating Colorado Springs’ sesquicentennial, or 150th anniversary, in 2021. Also, the Beards, Bonnets and Brews committee presented... Read more
Mayor John Suthers is seeking applicants to fill the remaining year of a five-year term for a vacant position on the Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority Board. This volunteer position will be a one-year term commitment, effective from December 1, 2021 – April 30, 2023 as a member of a citizen... Read more
The City, envisioning that a revitalized and renovated facility is an essential asset to downtown, has sought a financially sustainable solution to address the capital needs of the auditorium immediately and for the long-term. The City has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a new non-profit... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs and Norwood Development Group announced today that the Park Union neighborhood in downtown Colorado Springs has been named a winner of the 2021 Urban Land Institute (ULI) IMPACT Awards competition.
El Paso County is once again leading the state in traffic fatalities in 2021, with 60 lives lost in traffic crashes on our roadways. In an effort to impact aggressive driving behaviors, such as speeding, On September 22, 2021, the Colorado Springs Police Department, the El Paso County Sheriff’s... Read more
Get the whole family involved in your family’s emergency preparedness plan. Review your family emergency communications plan with kids at your next household meeting. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) closed out the summer with an increase in enplanements and seats, exceeding 2019 volumes. In the month of August 2021, 96,286 passengers were enplaned, representing a 23.8 percent increase from August 2019. Total passengers increased by 23.1 percent from 2019 with... Read more
Beginning Sunday, September 26, Mountain Metro will implement part of our fall 2021 service change package. Due to a shortage of available bus drivers, the remaining service changes will be implemented when conditions improve.
Three new bridges are coming to a popular park near you! Meet one of our senior engineers, who explains what this particular project means for fans and neighbors of North Cheyenne Canon Park. He’ll tell us why building bridges is important for so many reasons that impact all of us.