There is no citizenship question on the 2020 Census. The census questionnaire asks how many people are in the home at the time you complete the form; their name, sex, age, race, ethnicity; their relationships to one another; phone number; and whether you own or rent the home.
In response to business and resident input regarding the new parking meter hours in Downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City, all on-street parking meters can now be paid for up to 4 ½ hours of time during the evening.
In collaboration with Rocky Mountain Human Services - Homes for All Veterans and Peak Military Care Network, the City has developed The Pikes Peak Veteran Housing Fund, a privately funded initiative that incentivizes landlords to house military veterans experiencing homelessness in our community.
The City of Colorado Springs Planning Department has launched the RetoolCOS project to update the Chapter 7 Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance. We need the public’s input, as RetoolCOS will directly impact the built environment of both new and existing neighborhoods and development throughout the... Read more
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She’s a 2019 World Champion women’s freestyle wrestler and she trains right here in Olympic City USA! Hear from Tamyra Mensah-Stock about her exciting journey as she sets her sights on competing in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 this summer.
Watches, and warnings, and alerts, oh my! Winter weather terminology can be confusing, but it’s good to know what these phrases mean so that you can take appropriate steps to keep your home, family, and pets safe.