Matthew Sutton is the Incline Administrator for the Free Incline Reservation System, managed by the City of Colorado Springs’ Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department. An avid fisherman, Matthew is thrilled to be starting a new position at Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain as a park... Read more
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers today called upon Governor Polis to veto the fentanyl billed passed by the legislature and call a special session to pass a bill that adequately addresses the problem.
Mayor John Suthers announced the launch of the 2022 2C-funded paving season. An estimated 170 lane miles citywide are scheduled to be repaved under the program this year, including sections of Austin Bluffs Parkway, Briargate Boulevard, Cresta Road, Aeroplaza Drive and Royal Pine Drive.
Riding the bus just got easier in Colorado Springs. Mountain Metro Transit (MMT) launched RideMMT, a new mobile ticket app. The cash-free, contactless, and COVID-19 safe, mobile ticketing app created by Masabi allows riders to purchase fares and display tickets on their smartphone device anytime,... Read more
If you’re planning to drive the Pikes Peak Highway to the summit of America’s Mountain this summer, we have to information you’ll need to “know before you go”. Plus, meet the new manager of the mountain who shares fun facts about this iconic landmark.
A three-phased public participation process for Colorado Springs residents to help inform the future of the Westside Community Center began April 18 with an online survey. The full process will take place through the end of May. Public input collected through this process will be shared with City... Read more
Take 5 in the Garden of the Gods 5K and 5 mile returns to Colorado Springs Saturday, May 7, from 6-10 a.m. Over 1,000 participants are expected to race and can choose between a 5K or 5-mile trail or road race. Due to the event, all roads will be temporarily closed through Garden of the Gods. Trail... Read more