Valentine's Day Contest: The Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) is excited to announce its 3rd Annual Valentine's Day Contest! For the last six months, the CSPD has been the home to Lieutenant Flash. Lieutenant Flash has done some great work during his time at the CSPD, but he is ready to... Read more
Whether you live right near one, or didn’t even know that our city has community centers … this episode is for you. Hear the great story about the founding of Meadows Park Community Center and find out what’s happening to celebrate the 40th anniversary!
After 33 years of service to the City of Colorado Springs, and three years as the Chief of Police, Colorado Springs Police Department Chief Vincent Niski has officially announced his retirement effective March 4, 2022.
Land Title Guarantee Company and NAIOP Colorado (the Commercial Real Estate Development Association), are thrilled to announce that Peak Innovation Park, collectively sponsored by Urban Frontier, the Colorado Springs Airport and Flywheel Capital, will be the development site for the 20th... Read more
The City Council is seeking to fill one voting and two alternate members on the Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission (LETAC). Established in June 2020, the mission of the LETAC is to make recommendations to City Council which would promote improved understanding and... Read more
Triple Threat Boxing and the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) are excited to announce a new partnership. Together, the two organizations have created a Police Athletic/Activities League Boxing Program right here in Colorado Springs. The Police Athletic/Activities League, also known as PAL... Read more
Starting Monday, visitors to Garden of the Gods Park won't be able to walk up to the welcome sign at the entrance of the park. The sign is a popular photo spot for park visitors. Crews are preparing to move the sign to a safer location during construction 30th Street in front of the park's main... Read more
Spring soccer registration opened on January 3, and the program will continue in the fall. There are no income or other eligibility requirements for children in the selected age groups. The program is open to everyone.
The City of Colorado Springs Community Development Division is seeking public comment and feedback on the draft 2022 Annual Action Plan for allocating funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Four public meeting were held in October to get input before creating the... Read more
The City is looking for public input on the ConnectCOS transportation plan and the Platte Avenue Corridors studies. Residents can learn more about the projects by reviewing a pre-recorded public meeting and presentation materials that review details, recommendations, potential alternatives and... Read more
North Cheyenne Cañon Park is a cherished property that's been a part of our parks system since 1885 when the City purchased about 640 acres for $5,000. Today, a project is underway to replace three historic bridges in the park to make them wider, stronger and safer.