The City of Colorado Springs announced today that Britt Haley has been selected as the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services (PRCS) director pending city council confirmation. Haley has been serving as the acting parks director since Karen Palus’ departure on June 3, 2022. Prior to that, Haley... Read more
The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) announced that Delta Air Lines will begin nonstop service to Atlanta (ATL) effective June 6, 2023, with service from ATL to begin June 5. The daily service to ATL is now available for booking with three class options.
“We cannot express how excited we are that our... Read more
Upcoming special events including the International Association of Fire Fighters’ Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial (Sept. 16-17), the Fiestas Patrias Festival (Sept. 17), and the Pikes Peak Marathon and Ascent (Sept. 17-18) will impact multiple locations around Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak – America’s... Read more
“The State of our City is excellent. The future is bright.” This quote from Mayor John Suthers sums up his State of the City speech. But you won’t want to miss the details about the challenges we face and all that we’ve accomplished in Colorado Springs – Olympic City USA!
The City of Colorado Springs has an additional red-light camera at the intersection of Dublin Blvd and Powers Blvd as part of the “Red-Light Safety Camera Program.” The goal of the red-light camera program is to protect drivers, passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians from injuries or crashes caused... Read more
The Union Printers Home Foundation is transferring 429 cemetery spaces to Evergreen Cemetery. The Union Printers Home opened in 1892 as the world's largest tuberculosis care facility, treating over 25,000 patients. The facility purchased nearly 1,500 spaces in Evergreen Cemetery for their residents... Read more
Mayor John Suthers delivered his 8th State of the City address on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022. He highlighted the city’s goals and accomplishments including infrastructure, economic growth, and community collaboration. He also identified and discussed our current challenges.
Upcoming special events, including the 11th annual What If…Festival of Innovation and Imagination (Sept. 10), the 7th annual Firefighter Incline Climb (Sept. 11), and the annual 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony will impact access to downtown Colorado Springs and the Manitou Incline.
The City of Colorado Springs’ Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department will host the third Motorless Morning in Garden of the Gods Park. The special event will eliminate motor vehicle access within the park from 8 a.m.-noon.
Four Team USA Jump Rope National Team members from Idaho Falls, Idaho, demonstrated their skills in Ed Robson Arena on Friday, Sept. 2 ahead of the 2023 World Jump Rope Championship to be held July 16-23 in Colorado Springs – Olympic City USA. The championship will feature 3,000 participants,... Read more