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Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) is launching a public process to gather feedback on the potential use of e-bikes on trails in the city. Currently, motorized use (including e-bikes) is not permitted on many park properties including Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) acquired properties. 

“We recognize the growing popularity of e-bikes and the desire for expanded access on our trail system,” said Lonna Thelen, TOPS Manager. “This public process will allow us to gather valuable input from the community and make informed decisions that balance the needs of all trail users.”

From June 14 to Aug. 4, residents and stakeholders can participate in an online survey to share their thoughts on e-bike access on trails in city parks, trails and open spaces. The input received will help inform the City’s decision-making process regarding e-bike regulations and policies in the City of Colorado Springs.

The outcome of the public engagement process will inform the next steps for the motorized use policy for the Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. 

Learn more and take the survey at  

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