Mayor John Suthers has declared an emergency nighttime curfew for all public places within Colorado Springs city limits. The curfew will be enforced from 10 p.m.-5 a.m. each night beginning Wednesday, June 3, and ending at 5 a.m., Monday, June 8, 2020 unless otherwise extended. Travel for essential... Read more
It is in the best interest of the City of Colorado Springs and El Paso County to re-open our economy as soon we are able to do so without compromising our health care system’s ability to respond to the COVID pandemic. We all feel the urgency of returning people to work, and moving our economy... Read more
Manitou has made a decision to enact an emergency closure of the Incline within its city limits. The City of Colorado Springs encourages all residents to comply with Manitou’s temporary emergency order.
We have had many questions on the enforcement of the governor’s stay at home order regarding both business and individual activities. We implore residents to follow the order and to stay at home except for essential activities or critical business. It is vital for all of us to do our part to limit... Read more
The City of Colorado Springs is committed to identifying, developing and implementing local programs in support of Colorado Springs business owners and their employees impacted by COVID-19. Local programs are being identified, developed and implemented in collaboration with community partners... Read more
There is no citizenship question on the 2020 Census. The census questionnaire asks how many people are in the home at the time you complete the form; their name, sex, age, race, ethnicity; their relationships to one another; phone number; and whether you own or rent the home.
When you fill out the 2020 Census, it's important to include everyone living in your home on April 1, 2020. It sounds straightforward but sometimes it can be tricky. For example, what about your newborn baby that isn't home from the hospital yet? Your child who is away at college? The person who is... Read more
Twenty-seven weeks ago, 13 women and 47 men began their journey to becoming police officers with the Colorado Springs Police Department. The rigorous six months of training was all worth it when they earned their badge.