Ryan Trujillo has been named Deputy Chief of Staff for the City of Colorado Springs. Trujillo has been with the City since 2014, most recently in the position of director of support services. Along with providing support to the Chief of Staff, the Deputy Chief of Staff is responsible for managing a... Read more
Following the passage of Ballot Measure 2D, Mayor John Suthers is seeking three knowledgeable citizens to serve on the Fire Mitigation Advisory Board. This Board will assist the Colorado Springs Fire Department in determining how to allocate money from the Wildland Fire and Prevention Fund for the... Read more
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department rededicated the historic gazebo in Alamo Square Park, adjacent to the Pioneers Museum downtown, on Monday, Nov. 1. The gazebo improvements were funded in part by the El Pomar Foundation and voter-approved ballot issue 2B from the 2019 election... Read more
Mayor John Suthers recognized six individuals for making extraordinary efforts in their field while having a positive impact in the Colorado Springs community. Launched in 2015 to celebrate the outstanding achievements of young professionals age 40 and under, the 2021 winners were selected from 27... Read more
Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition (CCDC) awarded the City of Colorado Springs with the Kathy Vincent Award for Effective Communication for being the first city to create and publish a Transition Plan for Web Accessibility in an effort to make all its electronic communications fully accessible.
Mayor John Suthers presented the Spirit of the Springs Lifetime Achievement Award to former Colorado Springs mayor Mary Lou Makepeace. Makepeace was elected as Colorado Springs’ first female Mayor and served two terms. During her time in office, city council passed several noteworthy measures,... Read more
Mayor Suthers highlighted the community’s resiliency through the pandemic, the city’s infrastructure and economic improvements, along with several other accomplishments in his State of the City address. He also identified some of the city’s current challenges.
Mayor John Suthers is seeking applicants for a four-year term on the Colorado Springs Housing Authority Board. This volunteer position will be a four-year term commitment, effective from January 11, 2022 – January 11, 2026 as a member of a citizen board of commissioners with a time commitment of... Read more
Mayor John Suthers presented a balanced 2022 City Budget to Colorado Springs City Council today. The 2022 General Fund budget is $400.6 million, which is $56 million or 16.26% more than the 2021 budget.
Mayor John Suthers will deliver his seventh State of the City address on Friday, October 15 at the Broadmoor. Mayor Suthers will highlight our community’s resiliency through the pandemic, the city’s infrastructure and economic improvements, along with several other accomplishments. The Mayor will... Read more
Mayor John Suthers presented Spirit of the Springs Celebration Awards on Wednesday, Sept. 29 to several community members and organizations for their leadership in celebrating Colorado Springs’ sesquicentennial, or 150th anniversary, in 2021. Also, the Beards, Bonnets and Brews committee presented... Read more
Mayor John Suthers is seeking applicants to fill the remaining year of a five-year term for a vacant position on the Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority Board. This volunteer position will be a one-year term commitment, effective from December 1, 2021 – April 30, 2023 as a member of a citizen... Read more