COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.— Due to the pandemic, Mountain Metropolitan Transit will conduct public meetings digitally for proposed fall 2020 service changes. Mountain Metro has posted an online video and survey to inform the public of the proposed service changes and to obtain public input prior to a... Read more
U.S. Army Hiring Days are underway and that impacts Colorado Springs! Tune in to hear from Mayor Suthers and special guests Major General Matthew McFarlane and Recruiting Company Commander Cpt. Josh Trenkel. They talk about what makes the national recruiting event unique and why these efforts can... Read more
Local loans and grants to Colorado Springs and El Paso County businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic supported nearly 8,000 jobs and resulted in $757 million worth of goods and services produced in the local economy.
The numbers come from a study commissioned by the City of Colorado Springs by... Read more
It's important for all of us to stay focused on remaining vigilant in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. That's shy the City of Colorado Springs and El Paso County Public Health are asking residents to “#MaskUpCOS" in a new social media campaign.
In May, the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) continued to experience a downturn in air service related to the coronavirus pandemic. For year to date, 332,633 passengers have traveled through COS. This represents an 89.9 percent decrease of enplanements, which continues to be on par with national... Read more
“Show me the progress.” This is the challenge posed by hardworking taxpayers to every public works department in the country. Corey Farkas, City of Colorado Springs Public Works Operations & Maintenance Division Manager, gives an update on 2C progress.
Council Member David Geislinger talks about the formation of a new commission designed to bring policy recommendations to City Council, the Mayor and the Colorado Springs Police Department. Hundreds have applied already and he’ll share some of the goals of the commission and what the community can... Read more
Colorado Springs City Council passed an ordinance to create a new advisory commission tasked with bringing policy recommendations to City Council, the Mayor and the Colorado Springs Police Department. City Council has already received over 600 applications. The application deadline has now been set... Read more
In his 2018 State of the City speech, Mayor Suthers challenged the community to build, preserve and create opportunities to purchase one thousand units of affordable housing each year for the next five years. “HomeCOS, Housing Our Future” is the City’s comprehensive affordable and attainable... Read more
Test results confirm the presence of blue-green algae in Prospect Lake in Memorial Park. During the closure, the following activities are prohibited: swimming, bathing, paddle boarding, tubing, water skiing and non-motorized boating of any kind. No pets are allowed. The use of permitted motorized... Read more
City employees that are working to keep facilities clean are even more valuable during this pandemic. Meet Aecha Devereaux. She's been working at the Colorado Springs Airport for more than 20 years. She's excited to welcome travelers back to the COS Airport when they’re ready to fly!