Colorado’s small airport is growing in size as Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) announces its intention to serve the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) during the first half of 2021. Flight information and destinations will be announced soon.
Colorado Springs boasts a vibrant trail system that connects people within their neighborhoods and to destinations beyond. Many people enjoy our trails, but have asked for safer crossings when our trails cross a street between intersections.
Colorado Springs’ second Signature Street after Tejon Street is now open to the public. Vermijo Street, between Cascade Avenue and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, and Sierra Madre between Cimarron and Colorado avenues are open for foot, vehicle and bicycle traffic.
Colorado Springs City Council referred three questions to the November 3 Coordinated Election. Learn about these City questions, register to vote, look up your district and find other election-related information at ColoradoSprings.gov/voterinfo.
We love to share great news on our podcast, but this time, we need to share some bad news about our COVID-19 numbers. Over the past two weeks, the incidence of COVID-19 cases in El Paso County has risen significantly. El Paso County Public Health’s Medical Director talks more about what these... Read more
You don’t have to have a head for numbers to learn about the city’s budget. It’s pretty simple and it’s so important! Listen to our Chief Financial Officer break things down to let you know how much is being spent on essential services that impact your life every day. Plus, who makes the decisions... Read more
he South Suburban Reservoir, located adjacent to Stratton Open Space, will be closed to the public starting Wednesday, Oct. 14 through the spring of 2021. The area, a popular destination for dog owners, generally closes seasonally for the winter between first freeze and ice melt.
The American Planning Association of Colorado named Tejon Street as the “Great Streets” 2020 winner of the Great Places Colorado program. Winners in the program represent the gold standard in terms of having a true sense of place, cultural and historical interest, community involvement and a vision... Read more
It’s longer than a football field, weighs more than a million pounds and provides a major connection in downtown Colorado Springs. It’s a symbol of progress, a piece of art … and it’s no ordinary bridge!
In accordance with the City Charter and City Code, City Clerk Sarah Johnson released a preliminary City Council Redistricting Plan for the six City Council Districts. The City Clerk sets the Council District boundaries every four years to ensure districts remain comparable in population as the... Read more