Marjorie Smith remembers when Circle Drive was a dirt road. Since she and her husband moved to Colorado Springs nearly a half-century ago, she's seen a lot of changes. Some good, some not so good, she said. "Colorado Springs has sprawl. I don't think there's any two ways about it," she said... Read On
Bill Sadler will be a featured speaker at CEHA's Annual Education Conference in Colorado Springs on September 29. He will be talking about the public health benefits of complete streets, including how places can adopt and implement policies that promote active living, improve safety, and reduce reliance on automobiles.
Colorado Springs retained Clarion Associates, teamed with Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership, LSA Associates, and ThermoRetec, to help the city implement the Comprehensive Plan’s vision of mixed-use activity centers that are compatible, convenient, and attractive. The team is specifically charged with identifying and making changes to the city’s zoning and subdivision codes, as well as to the city’s street standards, to encourage and promote the development of mixed uses as the new, preferred pattern of development.