Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers today called upon Governor Polis to veto the fentanyl billed passed by the legislature and call a special session to pass a bill that adequately addresses the problem.
The City of Colorado Springs will issue the second round of TABOR credits to residents in May. The $7 million in refunds will be credited to eligible Colorado Springs Utilities’ residential and commercial electric accounts on May bills. The estimated total refund is approximately $32 per individual... Read more
Colorado Springs is the 9th best City in America to start a business, according to a study released today by WalletHub. The study compared the “relative startup opportunities” in 100 U.S. Cities based on 20 metrics in three categories: Business Environment, Access to Resources and Business Costs.
Deputy Chief Adrian Vasquez has been nominated by Mayor John Suthers to serve as the chief of police for the Colorado Springs Police Department. Vasquez was selected through a national search process. His nomination by the mayor must be confirmed by the Colorado Springs City Council.
April 1, 2022
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – After a year-long environmental study, the City of Colorado Springs will break ground on the nation’s first PGA-certified golf course to be built at over 14,000 feet. The nine-hole course, which features genetically-engineered grass appropriate for the... Read more
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers is joining fellow mayor Michael Hancock of Denver, District Attorney Michael Allen and much of law enforcement in Colorado in asserting that the Fentanyl bill introduced last week in the Colorado legislature does not adequately address the nature and extent of... Read more
Colorado Springs is among the top 10 most desirable cities where college students want to live post-graduation, according to a survey of 1,209 college students conducted by Axios and The Generation Lab.
Congratulations to Andy Phelps, the City’s Homeless Prevention and Response Coordinator, for being named Colorado Early Social Worker of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers - Colorado Chapter (NASW-CO). In his role with the City, Andy’s goal is that homelessness in Colorado... Read more
Mayor Suthers today issued a statement in response to the funding for Colorado Springs included in the 2022 federal appropriations omnibus bill. The bills passed the House this week and are expected to pass the Senate in the coming days.
Mayor John Suthers presented a Spirit of the Springs Celebration Award to David and Michelle Fein who founded The Christmas Tree Project, the largest Christmas tree give-away organization in the world.