The Colorado Springs Police Department and SCHEELS have teamed up to give all of the 1,450 players registered to play soccer through the City’s sports office this spring their very own soccer ball. Throughout March, officers will visit practice locations citywide to deliver the balls and spend time... Read more
The City's Parks Recreation, and Cultural Services Department is starting maintenance work and trail improvements on six heavily-trafficked trail segments in Red Rock Canyon Open Space. The changes are designed to increase safety for trail users, improve their overall experience and provide... Read more
The community forum to provide input for the Coleman Community Park master planA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a generalized transportation system, and the relationship of the area included in the plan to surrounding property. has been... Read more
In 2023, thousands of local kids will continue to benefit from the opportunity to play youth sports free of charge at park sites across Colorado Springs thanks to a program created by Olympic City USA.
There are countless benefits to participating in youth sports and the City of Colorado Springs is working to remove financial barriers so that more kids can play. During this episode, hear about our FREE youth sports program, how it’s growing thanks to our amazing partners, and how to sign up in... Read more
Skate in the Park returns to downtown Colorado Springs once again for the 2022 season! Presented by Academy Bank, this annual downtown tradition is offered by the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department.
The Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services department and Miramont Castle have partnered with Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain and the United States Forest Service (USFS) to create the Holiday Tree Giveaway Program. Families were selected by City community center staff to... Read more
A new Garden of the Gods Park entrance monument sign has been engraved and placed at a new location along the Foothills Trail north of Gateway Road as part of the 30th Street Corridor Reconstruction Project. With the project team and stakeholders in attendance, an unveiling of the new monument sign... Read more
Many people utilize our urban trail system including cyclists, joggers, parents and children, and dog walkers. Some people are out for a leisurely stroll, and others commute. For so many different types of trail users to coexist peacefully and safely, there are a few simple guidelines to keep in... Read more
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The City of Colorado Springs announced today that a one-of-a-kind collector’s poster is now available for sale to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) program. All proceeds will go directly to TOPS, a City sales tax program dedicated... Read more
The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and Drive Electric Colorado are inviting residents on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to join them for the last Food Truck Tuesday of the season and to learn more about switching to electric vehicles. Along with 10 local food trucks hosted outside the Pioneers... Read more
The Acacia Park playground in downtown Colorado Springs is now open following a complete renovation this summer. The new tennis and basketball courts in Boulder Park located next to UCHealth are also complete.