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.
Does the city have a plan to deal with all of this growth? Of course! A lot of that centers around our planning department, so we’re talking with the director to get an idea of what our city planners do and what they don’t do.
Colorado Springs is one of three Colorado communities that has helped earn the state national recognition by Forbes Magazine for being committed to achieving equitable economic growth in underserved and overlooked communities in Opportunity Zones.
“Where would you go if you could go anywhere?” That's the question the New York Times asked its travel desk, contributors, correspondents and travel professionals. Colorado Springs ranked among the top spots on their wish-list. They ranked Colorado Springs, Olympic City USA, #13 on the New York... Read more
Colorado Springs continued to draw national attention in 2019 as a best-in-class city. For the second year in a row, Colorado Springs earned the distinction of #1 Most Desirable Place to Live, according to U.S. News and World Report, which ranked Colorado Springs highly in terms of quality of life... Read more
Downtown Colorado Springs experienced unprecedented growth in 2019, thanks to a residential building boom, the opening or groundbreaking of four hotels and the coming development of landmark projects to include the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, Downtown Stadium, Robson Arena and the Vermijo... Read more
Over the last decade, the Pikes Peak Region has welcomed a record number of visitors and several high-profile improvement projects are underway to create an enhanced experience for all. Visit COS is helping to guide this sustainable growth within the tourism industry through a regional Destination... Read more