Mayor John Suthers presented the Spirit of the Springs Lifetime Achievement Award to William J. (Bill) Hybl and the Spirit of the Springs Celebration Award to three El Paso County Public Health leaders after his State of the City address on Sept. 17.
This week, 30 new Police Officers graduated from the Colorado Springs Police Department’s 71st Academy Class. In 2017, Mayor Suthers and City Council vowed to add 120 police officers to the CSPD's force. With this graduation, we are now at 77.5% of the way to fulfilling the 120 officer positions.
At its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15, the Public Art Commission unanimously recommended Public Art COS, the city’s first public art master planA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a generalized transportation system, and the relationship of... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The City of Colorado Springs City Council will hold a special Work Session on Monday, September 14th at 2 p.m. to deliberate the appointment of members to the Law Enforcement Transparency & Accountability Commission. No formal action will be taken. The meeting will... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs has extended the deadline to Sept. 18 to participate in the first survey for ConnectCOS, a city-wide visionary transportation study to help meet the evolving needs of this growing community.
September is National Preparedness Month! One of the best ways to be prepared is to have a disaster supply kit ready to go. It's smart to have a kit ready with a collection of basic items your household may need during an emergency.
Prospect Lake in Memorial Park is reopen to recreational use as of Friday, Sept. 4. The reopening follows a nearly 12-week closure due to elevated levels of microcystin toxin, which is produced by cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae.
Residents are invited to “Renter Rights 101”, a FREE online informational session Wednesday, Sept. 16. Participants will learn about a wide variety of topics such as lease basics, reasonable accommodations and modifications, deposits, repairs, eviction, and updates on recent Colorado legislation on... Read more
We've made great progress against the spread of COVID, but after the 4th of July, cases of COVID-19 went up – proof that COVID-19 doesn’t take a holiday. We all share the responsibility for protecting the workers we interact with, our loved ones, and higher-risk populations.