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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The City of Colorado Springs will continue to provide essential government services while also implementing select modified operations to comply with orders and public health recommendations related to... Read more
2C is a voter-approved sales tax that is used only on road improvements within the City of Colorado Springs. The final step in a 2C construction project is applying a new layer of asphalt. This typically occurs from May to October when weather conditions allow for paving.
Neighbors near Memorial Park can now enjoy an improved roadway surface, sidewalks, curb and gutter thanks the completion of the Pike Peak Avenue reconstruction project earlier this fall. This two-year project reconstructed approximately 1.3 miles of roadway on Pikes Peak Avenue between Shooks Run... Read more
2C paving has improved the condition of roads citywide, paving nearly 850 lane miles of roadway. Potholes will continue to be a reality in our climate. The good news is very few potholes have been filled on 2C-paved streets, and on streets yet to be paved, crews are addressing potholes with a... Read more
To keep snow and ice control at a reasonable cost and to ensure crews can keep vital roads and emergency routes clear, the City prioritizes the order streets are treated. We’ve established primary and secondary snow routes to address our city’s emergency routes, major thoroughfares and streets... Read more
The overall impact of 2C since paving began in 2016 is hard to miss as you drive across the city. We have 854 lane miles of smooth, freshly resurfaced roadway. That's about the same distance from Colorado Springs to St. Louis or Boise, Idaho.