Cable Franchise Agreements

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The City of Colorado Springs currently has Cable Franchise Agreements with Comcast, Falcon Broadband, and CenturyLink. Administration of these agreements is handled by the Office of Innovation and Sustainability.  

Customer Service

The Cable Franchise Agreements give the City of Colorado Springs (the Cable Franchise Authority) oversight on how the cable providers use the Public's easements and right-of-ways, and limited authority over customer service issues. Cable service customers who live within the city limits of Colorado Springs may contact the Cable Franchise Authority if the customer is unsuccessful in addressing a customer service issue with the cable provider. The Cable Franchise Authority will then contact the cable provider on the customer's behalf. Though the Cable Franchise Authority’s oversight of the cable providers is limited, an acceptable solution can usually be found.  

Please note that the Cable Franchise Agreements do not grant the Cable Franchise Authority oversight on rates or cable programming service.  Also, the Cable Franchise Agreements do not cover phone or cable modem service (Internet). For more information, read FCC classifies cable modem service as "Information Service."



Comcast Website

Customer Service: 1-800-266-2278


Nicolas Jimenez, Director of Government & Regulatory Affairs

5020 N. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Office: (303) 603-2226

Cell:     (719) 588-0871


Falcon Broadband / StratusIQ

StratusIQ Website 

Customer Service: (719) 573-5343


Ben Kley, General Manager

707 Hathaway Dr.

Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Office:  (719) 886-7906 


CenturyLink Website

Customer Service: 1-800-475-7526


Larry North, VP Operations CO/NM

Office: (303) 922-3003

Cell:     (505) 389-3005

Tony Hoffman, Director Operations Denver/Colorado Springs

Office: (303) 922-4355

Cell:     (913) 488-6870

Sandy Berckefeldt, Manager Operations Colorado Springs

Office: (719) 636-4483

Cell:     (719) 369-5839