Trails and Open Space Blog

  • News September 11, 2019

    By on September 11, 2019

    News September 11, 2019 TABOR Retention Projects #6 Boulder and Thorndale Park- Sport Court Replacement The city has 42 tennis and basketball courts that need to be replaced. If 2B passes, Boulder and Thorndale Park will get to restore 4 sports courts. These neighborhood parks have waited a long time for repairs. Residents are eager to have access to these recreation areas in

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  • News September 3, 2019

    By on September 4, 2019

    News September 3, 2019 TABOR Retention Proposal Projects Project #5 Leon Young Sports Complex – Parking Lot Okay, replacing parking lots is not exciting or sexy. But the fact is, we need parking lots and they should be safe for people and vehicles of all ages and abilities. The Leon Young parking lot is one of the worst in our system –

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  • News August 28, 2019

    By on August 28, 2019

    News August 28, 2019 TABOR Retention Proposal Projects Project #4 Cottonwood Creek Park – Artificial Fields The athletic fields at Cottonwood Creek Park are extremely popular. Serving the high demand of users in northern neighborhoods is not easy. But TABOR funds could help fix that. Converting three baseball fields from grass to artificial turf would save water, reduce maintenance costs and increase

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  • Foothills Trail Closure July – Dec 2019

    By on August 27, 2019

    Update: Portion of Foothills Trail in Garden of the Gods Park to remain closed through December Challenges with installing underground infrastructure delay trail reopening COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A section of Foothills Trail, between Blair Bridge and the Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center underpass, will remain closed through the end of December to complete utility work, dam

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  • News August 21, 2019

    By on August 21, 2019

      News August 21, 2019 TABOR Retention Proposal Projects Project #3 Palmer Park- Signage If the TABOR Excess Revenue ballot measure passes, $200,000 will be used to improve signage in Palmer Park. With 740 acres and 25 miles of trails, residents and visitors can get confused in the park. New signs will help improve the experience for users. The Guardians of Palmer Park lead volunteer

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  • Ute Valley Park Downhill Mountain Bike Trails

    By on August 16, 2019

    Ute Valley Park Downhill Mountain Bike Trails are OPEN! Located on the east side of the park, use the S Rockrimmon trailhead to access these new epic trails for skilled riders. The two downhill trails will be rated black — difficult based on trail width, grades, types of obstacles, including a 150-foot vertical drop. These trails were created per the

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  • TOSC Survey

    By on August 15, 2019

    The Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) is looking for feedback, so we can do what we do better. We want to know more about you.  What do you know about TOSC? What connections you to TOSC? Where do you go for information?  Our goal is to learn more about our audience so we can improve our messaging and gain

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  • News August 14, 2019

    By on August 14, 2019

    News August 14, 2019 TABOR Retention Proposal has been approved by City Council! More info at VoteYesforParks.com Project #2 Monument Valley Park – Lightning, Irrigation, Pavilion and Ponds If the TABOR excess revenue initiative wins a vote of the people, $1 million will be spent in Monument Valley Park. This funding would be used for maintenance and improvement projects including: two pond restorations,

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  • South Blodgett Trailhead – Now Open

    By on August 13, 2019

    A new trailhead to Blodgett Open Space NOW OPEN! The trailhead is located at the intersection of W. Woodmen Road and Blodgett Ranch Trail, with 15 parking spaces, down the short gravel driveway. It provides access to the new 64 acre expansion to the Open Space. Dogs are allowed, but must be on leash to minimize wildlife disturbance. There is

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