Trails and Open Space Blog

  • Renew N Nevada Public Process Begins August 3

    By on July 26, 2016

    Be a part of the planning process for the North Nevada Avenue Corridor! Help the City create a plan to renew North Nevada Avenue between Austin Bluffs Parkway to the railroad bridge south of Fillmore Street. Visit ColoradoSprings.gov/RenewNNAve to take a quick survey to help the City gather information and ideas about the North Nevada Avenue Corridor –you can even share photos! Plus,

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  • Legacy Loop Cruise Ride & Beer Tapping July 21

    By on July 13, 2016

    Join us for a special Legacy Loop cruise and beer tapping at Triple S Brewing Company! Thursday, July 21, 5 to 10 pm, 318 E Colorado Avenue.

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  • N Cheyenne Cañon Closures June 2016

    By on June 10, 2016

    North Cheyenne Canyon Road will be closed for extended periods in June for milling and re-paving.

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  • 3,400 park acres to be sprayed in June

    By on April 26, 2016

    Portions of North Cheyenne Canon Park and Blodgett Peak Open Space will be sprayed for pests in early to mid-June. A severe infestation of Tussock moth and Western Spruce budworm is damaging trees.

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  • Governor to speak at Trails Forum sponsored by TOSC and El Pomar.

    By on April 26, 2016

    On May 13th El Pomar begins a Heritage Series with “Pikes Peak Region Trails and Open Space.” Governor John Hickenlooper and Lise Aangeenbrug (GOCO) share exciting initiatives that could put Colorado on top as the country’s premier trail destination.

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  • Colorado Springs Bike Summit June 3

    By on April 12, 2016

    First ever Colorado Springs Bike Summit is June 3, 2016, 11-7 at UCCS. This event is free and includes lunch, but you must RSVP.

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  • Cheyenne Cañon closures begin March 28

    By on March 16, 2016

    City Parks has let us know about a culvert replacement project in North Cheyenne Cañon Park in the coming weeks. The project will have impacts to public access to the park for several weeks, including phased road closures to allow for the contractors to replace the culverts.

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  • FAQs on the Broadmoor Land Exchange

    By on March 2, 2016

    Frequently Asked Questions about the Broadmoor Land Exchange Proposal Trails and Open Space Coalition We do not speak for the City or the Broadmoor in these FAQs. These are our responses. Why transfer public property into Private ownership? The transfer of Strawberry Hills into private ownership is part of a large transaction that includes the transfer from private to City

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  • Parks-Broadmoor Land Exchange

    By on February 10, 2016

    New information presented on the Land Exchange. Statements from the Broadmoor rep during the Parks Advisory Board meeting: Strawberry Hills would not be fenced. Any trails created would allow public access. Deed restrictions would guarantee preservation. Broadmoor began talking to the City about an exchange after being approached by a recreation development company to buy Incline and Barr Trail properties owned by the Broadmoor.

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  • Statement about the Broadmoor Land Exchange

    By on February 10, 2016

    From the Executive Director: We want to be very clear: TOSC has not taken a position on the proposed land exchange involving Colorado Springs and the Broadmoor. As we see it, the proposal is still unfolding. What does the Broadmoor really want with the Strawberry Fields property? A horse stable and trails for guests and members of the public? Or

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