The City's Parks Recreation, and Cultural Services Department is starting maintenance work and trail improvements on six heavily-trafficked trail segments in Red Rock Canyon Open Space. The changes are designed to increase safety for trail users, improve their overall experience and provide... Read more
The candidate filing period for the April 4, 2023 city election is officially closed. Elected positions on the ballot will include Mayor, three at-large City Council seats, and the unexpired term for City Council District 3 for voters who reside in district 3. Voter information, including the... Read more
We are discussing the Club Q shooting during this episode with a specific focus. We want you to hear about the Victim Advocacy Unit at the Colorado Springs Police Department. It was a key component during the response to this tragedy and it’s a focus every day for the officers and civilians working... Read more
Every January, the Community Health Partnership conducts a Point-In-Time (PIT) count in El Paso County. This is a way for the Community Health Partnership, El Paso County, tthe City of Colorado Springs, and local service providers to obtain clear data on how many people are experiencing... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs is seeking volunteers to serve on the following Boards, Commissions, and Committees: Lodgers and Automobile Rental Tax (LART) Citizens’ Advisory Committee, Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) Community Advisory Committee, and Stormwater Advisory Committee.... Read more
The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) ended 2022 with record-breaking enplanement numbers and higher overall traffic - the highest amount since 2000. In 2023, COS will offer new service in the summer with Delta Air Lines’ resumption of nonstop Atlanta (ATL) service, along with summer service to... Read more
A $1.7 million grant recently provided to the Colorado Springs Police Department will help make visiting Memorial Park safer and more enjoyable. A collaborative effort between CSPD; Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services and Colorado Springs Utilities, with input from residents, safety... Read more
It’s hard to keep up with all the acronyms used today and local government is guilty of using a lot! During this episode, we’re tackling PPRTA. It’s important to know what this one stands for and what it means for you. Hear from our Deputy Public Works Director about road projects coming up, thanks... Read more
Do you have a passion for your neighborhood? Do you want to actively participate in building and shaping your community? CONO is offering a FREE 10-week course that will give you the skills needed to organize and make positive change in your community.
Join public safety leaders for the Pikes Peak Regional Crime Stoppers Town Hall, Tuesday, January 24 at 5:30 p.m. Learn about crime rates in the Pikes Peak Region, how to prevent being a victim of crime, and steps you can take to keep everyone in our community safe. Attend in person at the... Read more
We want to let you know about a wonderful way to dive into our local history! The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum offers a lecture series that highlights local individuals who made significant impacts in our community. We explore one story about a female employee at the Colorado Springs Police... Read more
The Colorado Springs Police Department is excited to announce its 4th Annual Valentine's Day Contest! For the last few months, a large plushy donut has been rolling around our offices and it’s ready for a new home!