One of the most important functions of the PPROEM is to serve as a liaison between city, county, state, military and federal agencies and departments, bringing partners together and guiding strategy and policy decisions aimed at stopping COVID from spreading, helping the sick, protecting the... Read more
Mayor Suthers talks about what the “Safer At Home” phase means for local residents and addresses the latest COVID-19 numbers in El Paso County, the city budget, and potential economic impacts. He also offers the city’s thanks to everyone taking this pandemic seriously and to essential workers for... Read more
Heroic transportation workers across the country continue to provide critical service for healthcare workers, first responders, childcare workers, grocery store employees and other heroes who are performing critically essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you, Mountain Metro Transit... 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.
The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is slated to receive more than $24 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). The $2 trillion aid package will provide nearly $10 billion to eligible U.S airports.
Work Session and Regular Meeting will both be held on Tuesday
Colorado Springs City Council will hold their Work Session (10 a.m.) and Regular Meeting (3 p.m.) on Tuesday, April 14. City Hall is closed to the public, the meeting will take place virtually through Microsoft Teams with some Council... Read more
We’re not sticking to our schedule lately since nothing is quite the way it used to be. But we want to start bringing you podcasts as often as possible right now with important information about COVID-19 and the response in Colorado Springs. What questions do you still have? Have you heard positive... Read more
The CARES Act was passed to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that the City of Colorado Springs will receive approximately $2.7 million through the CDBG and ESG programs.
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 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.