The growth of hospitals and healthcare across southern Colorado is on the rise, and has many challenges to meet.
State of Growth
Law enforcement agencies are doing what they can to keep up with crime. In El Paso County, the population has grown by about 91,000 since 2010. And calls for service are on the rise.
A 50-year water plan by Colorado Springs Utilities projects growing demand as the community also grows. But meeting that demand requires a balance to prevent harming neighboring communities.
COLORADO SPRINGS – The state of growth in Colorado is impacting one of the main reasons so many people want to come here and stay.
On average, assessments in Pueblo County are up by 15 to 20 percent compared to two years ago. Assessor Frank Beltran says the increase is a reflection of the community’s booming housing market.
These are favorable conditions for homebuilders. The planning department with the City of Colorado Springs has tracked 12,786 new single-family and multifamily residential builds between 2015 and 2018.
As part of our month-long “State of Growth” series we’re looking at challenges facing critical infrastructure as more and more people move to our region.
There’s a proposal for a mixed use commercial and residential development near Highway 24 and Woodmen Road in Falcon. The proposed project is being met with mixed feelings by residents.
COLORADO- Recent numbers released by the U.S. Census show El Paso County is growing quickly, gaining more than 13,000 newcomers in 2018. This number, just
SOUTHERN COLORADO – There is an important discussion happening about the future of water in Southern Colorado. The Arkansas River Basin Water Forum is holding
Estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show El Paso County gained the second most number of new residents in Colorado between 2017-2018.
Interested in what your neighborhood looked like in 1947? Here’s an interactive map where you can compare then and now.
LA JUNTA- With Colorado growing at a rapid rate, it’s often the urban areas getting a good amount of the benefit. Rural areas, especially those
A village of 53 “slightly-bigger-than-tiny” homes could soon be moving into Woodland Park at the end of Tamarac Parkway.
More people continue to call the Tri-Lakes area home. 2018 brought a lot of growth and even more gains are expected in 2019 and beyond as thousands of homes will be built in the coming years.