Natural disasters don’t wait for a convenient time. Preparing for them shouldn’t wait either. Start today with these low cost and no cost preparedness actions. They can help lessen the impact of disasters and emergencies for you and your family.
The City of Colorado Springs has formalized a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Colorado Springs Community Cultural Collective at City Auditorium (CSCCC) regarding the City Auditorium, located downtown at 221 East Kiowa Street.
Colorado Springs, CO – Service to Orlando (MCO) from the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) will begin this November with Frontier Airlines. Frontier will be adding nonstop flights to Orlando that will operate four times per week. Service to Orlando is currently available for booking from November 5,... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS - The City of Colorado Springs has received an allocation of $76,039,132 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds to support COVID-19 pandemic response and recovery efforts in the city. The breakdown was presented to City Council again today.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department is now accepting photo submissions for its Discover Colorado Springs 2022 calendar. This is the eighth edition of the annual calendar which highlights the natural beauty of parks, trails and open spaces in Colorado Springs.
On Saturday, Oct. 9, the City of Colorado Springs’ Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department will host a Motorless Morning in Garden of the Gods Park. The special event will eliminate motor vehicle access within the park from 5 a.m.-noon that day. As previously announced, visitors can also... Read more
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.
A section of North Cheyenne Canyon Road, from the main entrance of North Cheyenne Cañon Park to the parking lot at Helen Hunt Falls, is closed to all traffic, including vehicles, bicycles and hikers, beginning Sept. 20.
The Platte Avenue over Sand Creek project will be installing new girders as part of the bridge replacement Sept. 9 and 10, weather and resource dependent. To lessen traffic impacts, the installation is scheduled for overnight, 8 p.m. through 5 a.m.