Fifty-nine Colorado Springs businesses are celebrating their completion of the Survive and Thrive: Propel COS program. A partnership between Exponential Impact and the City of Colorado Springs, the Survive and Thrive: Propel COS program paired mentorship and educational elements with financial... Read more
New police officers and fire personnel, funding for the Fire Department’s Homeless Outreach Program (HOP) and new positions to help keep the city clean. Those are just some of the highlights from the 2023 City budget that Colorado Springs City Council is currently reviewing and will need to... Read more
The Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services department and Miramont Castle have partnered with Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain and the United States Forest Service (USFS) to create the Holiday Tree Giveaway Program. Families were selected by City community center staff to... Read more
The Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) will join forces with Shield616, Toys for Tots, and the Police Foundation of Colorado Springs to host its 2nd Annual Holiday on the Hill, on Sunday, December 11, 2022, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Gold Hill Division, 955 W. Moreno Ave.
Following a two-week display at Colorado Springs City Hall the 25-foot historic Pride flag will be exhibited inside the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, 30 W. Dale Street, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10-11.
Mayor John Suthers is calling on Colorado Springs residents interested in being civic leaders to apply for an opportunity to learn firsthand how their City government operates. The Mayor’s Civic Leaders Fellowship, designed to introduce future civic leaders to the inner workings of city government... Read more
The City Council is seeking to fill two voting and two alternate members on the Law Enforcement Transparency and Advisory Commission (LETAC). Established in June 2020, the mission of the LETAC is to make recommendations to City Council which would promote improved understanding and relationships... Read more
The El Paso County Coroner’s Office has completed the autopsies of the deceased victims. While the Coroner’s office will determine the cause and manner of death, all of the deaths are being investigated as a homicide.
The Club Q victims are the 43rd through the 47th homicide... Read more
A 25-foot historic pride flag will be displayed on the exterior of Colorado Springs City Hall through December 7. The flag, known as Section 93 of the Sea to Sea Flag, is on loan to Colorado Springs from the Sacred Cloth Project as a gesture of love, solidarity and healing in the wake of the Club Q... Read more
Names of Victims
This news release is to identify the deceased victims of the shooting at Club Q Saturday, November 19. The Colorado Springs Police Department is identifying the victims by how they identified themselves and how their families have loved and identified them. Photos will be posted to... Read more