The Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission (LETAC) voted unanimously at a regular meeting on Tuesday, July 6, to put forth a formal recommendation that the City of Colorado Springs expand the use of Crisis Response Teams.
The City of Colorado Springs was founded on July 31, 1871. To recognize the 150th anniversary of this historic moment, there will be a celebration downtown along the newly redesigned Vermijo Street.
The festivities will take place on Saturday, July 31, 2021. This once-in-a-lifetime celebration... Read more
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department had been seeking a new operator for the Westside Community Center through its established procurement process since November 2020. On July 2, the department announced it was unable to come to a mutual agreement during its most recent... Read more
It’s a symbol of progress and a piece of art. The iconic Park Union Bridge is longer than a football field and provides a major connection to downtown Colorado Springs. You may have seen the construction taking place over the past year, but now, the much anticipated bridge it is open to the public.
2C paving has improved the condition of roads citywide, paving nearly 1,066 lane miles of roadway. But because of our freeze-thaw climate, potholes will continue to be a reality in our city. Here is how our Public Works Department is addressing the challenge.
All youth 18 and under will ride fixed-route city buses for free during the months of July and August! Riders will need to show a school or state issued identification card as proof of age to take advantage of the free fares.