Colorado Springs City Council appointed 11 members and two alternates to the newly-formed Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission. The Commission was formed in July to advise and recommend areas and topics of study related to police operations, best practices, and resource... Read more
The City has purchased 315 acres of open space on the city’s western edge. Purchased with Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) sales tax revenue, these areas were identified in the 2014 Park System Master PlanA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a... Read more
Mayor Suthers delivered his sixth State of the City address on Thursday, September 17 during a live virtual event and in front of a small in-person audience. Mayor Suthers highlighted the city’s resilience through trying times, both current and past, the pending arrival of the city’s 150th birthday... Read more
Approximately 200 cyclists are expected to take part in the event, which will start at 2 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. Friday-Sunday. Racers will be conducting practice loops on the course in Palmer Park Thursday morning, before the race officially begins.
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