Mayor Suthers is seeking applications to fill a four year term on the Colorado Springs Housing Authority Board, appointment to be confirmed by the Colorado Springs City Council. This volunteer position would be as a member of a citizen board of commissioners set to expire April 1, 2025. The time... Read more
LETAC is an acronym worth knowing because it will be around for years to come. The Law Enforcement Transparency and Accountability Commission (LETAC) is holding meetings, setting goals and getting ready to make a difference in Colorado Springs. How do they plan to do that? Hear from the Chair and... Read more
We have two special guests on this episode who have recently been recognized with a the Mayor’s Young Leader Award! What is that, you ask? Tune in to find out about this awesome program, who it highlights and why. It’s more important than ever to celebrate those positively contributing to our... Read more
Mayor John Suthers presented the Spirit of the Springs Lifetime Achievement Award to William J. (Bill) Hybl and the Spirit of the Springs Celebration Award to three El Paso County Public Health leaders after his State of the City address on Sept. 17.
On Friday, August 28, the City of Colorado Springs, together with the Colorado Springs Chamber and Economic Development Commission, submitted a questionnaire response as the next step in its effort to be named the permanent home of U.S. Space Command.
U.S. Army Hiring Days are underway and that impacts Colorado Springs! Tune in to hear from Mayor Suthers and special guests Major General Matthew McFarlane and Recruiting Company Commander Cpt. Josh Trenkel. They talk about what makes the national recruiting event unique and why these efforts can... Read more
Local loans and grants to Colorado Springs and El Paso County businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic supported nearly 8,000 jobs and resulted in $757 million worth of goods and services produced in the local economy.
Council Member David Geislinger talks about the formation of a new commission designed to bring policy recommendations to City Council, the Mayor and the Colorado Springs Police Department. Hundreds have applied already and he’ll share some of the goals of the commission and what the community can... Read more
Colorado Springs City Council passed an ordinance to create a new advisory commission tasked with bringing policy recommendations to City Council, the Mayor and the Colorado Springs Police Department. City Council has already received over 600 applications. The application deadline has now been set... Read more
The Mayor’s Office and the Colorado Springs Police Department support the creation of this committee because we believe, if done right, it can result in broader community trust in the police department. In regard to transparency for example, we think hearing from citizens as to what information... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers has informed the City Council that he will not extend the curfew order that expired at 5 a.m. today. The order went into effect last Wednesday, June 3. Suthers issued the order after four days of daytime peaceful protests had been... Read more