The City of Colorado Springs together with El Paso County, El Paso County Public Health and 12 members of the Pikes Peak Area Continuum of Care successfully opened a community isolation shelter to serve those individuals infected with COVID-19 who are currently experiencing homelessness.
Our city and county public safety professionals are looking for fabric masks to comply with the Governor's recent recommendation that we all wear fabric face coverings when out in public. If you have the skill set and the desire to help our community, we would appreciate donations of homemade masks... Read more
The City is partnering with the Springs Rescue Mission and other Continuum of Care providers to set up an isolation shelter for people who are experiencing homelessness and show symptoms of COVID-19. It will be located at the City Auditorium in downtown Colorado Springs.
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
The Colorado Springs Police Department knows that there are a lot of questions regarding the state’s new “Stay at Home” order. We want to assure you that Colorado Springs Police (CSPD) officers are still here for our community during these difficult times. In order for us to best serve you, we need... Read more
The City will continue to provide essential government services while also implementing select modified operations to comply with orders and public health recommendations related to COVID-19. Get the latest on temporary changes and closures.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Effective immediately, the City of Colorado Springs’ Parking Enterprise will suspend enforcement of parking meters, time limited and non-metered parking areas along with booting until Thursday, April 30. All parking meters in downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City... Read more
Work Session cancelled, meetings to be held electronically
Colorado Springs City Council called a special meeting Wednesday, March 18 voting to suspend certain rules of the City Council until May 1, 2020 resulting from a public health emergency caused by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.
Together we can help support our local small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Support the Springs is a resource for our residents and local businesses to unite and become a stronger community through this pandemic.
Phone, Dropbox and Virtual Options Augmented to Safely Serve Public
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The City of Colorado Springs will continue to provide essential government services while also implementing select modified operations to comply with orders and public health recommendations related to... Read more
Colorado Springs, Colo. - Under the order of its Medical Directors, and in the interest of patient care and overall public health, the Colorado Springs Fire Department is implementing new field triage procedures. Implementation of these procedures began on Monday, March 16, 2020.
The new triage... Read more