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Mayor Bach to host Community Forums Residents encouraged to share their neighborhoodâ??s highest priority needs for streets, public safety and parks
Monday, November 03, 2014


      

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Mayor Steve Bach will host a series of six Community Forums to discuss with residents the highest priority, backlogged capital improvement projects in their neighborhoods for streets, public safety and parks.

“Improving our city’s streets, public safety services and parks are a top priority that we can’t afford to put off any longer.  We ask for your help to prioritize each neighborhood’s most pressing capital improvement project needs,” said Mayor Bach.

Residents are encouraged to bring their questions and concerns for streets, public safety and parks to the Community Forum closest to their neighborhood.

Information about the six Community Forums and a list of high priority backlogged capital improvement projects for streets, parks and public safety will be posted on the City’s web site ColoradoSprings.gov and BachsOffice.com.

  • Wed, Nov 12 - Coronado High School (Northwest) - 1590 W. Fillmore St, CO 80904
  • Thurs, Nov 13 - Shriners Club (Westside) - 6 S 33rd St, CO 80904 (Mountain Metro bus Route 3 services this location
  • Tues, Nov 18 - Southeast YMCA (Southeast) - 2190 Jetwing Dr, CO 80916 (Mountain Metro bus Routes 1 and 25 service this location)
  • Thurs, Nov 20 - 21st Century Library (Northeast) - 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, CO 80920 (Mountain Metro bus Route 25 services this location) involves a 3 block walk
  • Tues, Dec 2 - City Auditorium (Central) - 221 E. Kiowa St, CO 80903 (Mountain Metro bus Routes 1, 3, 5, 7, 9A, 9B and 11 service this location)
  • Thurs, Dec 4 - Cheyenne Mountain High School (Southwest) - 1200 Cresta Rd, CO 80906

All forums will be held from 5:30 – 7 p.m.

City staff will incorporate resident input in final list of the highest priority capital improvements projects for neighborhood streets, public safety and parks to be completed in each quadrant of the city.