Did you know there’s a free parking lot right in Downtown Colorado Springs? There actually two areas right in the heart of Downtown that most people don’t know about where you can park for free without any permits and there aren’t any parking meters to worry about. The funniest part about this, is it’s right in the middle of the other metered parking, and only a Keep Reading
[Note: since I wrote this post, I’ve also written a post about a few places for free parking in Downtown Colorado Springs here. You may want to check that out as well.]
Colorado Springs is a great city, and I am blessed to be able to work and play here. I particularly like our downtown area… it’s the heart of the Springs; it’s where our city and Keep Reading
Nearly everybody in Colorado Springs has, at one time or another, heard of Tim Leigh. And if you’ve heard of Tim Leigh, it wasn’t just once. You’ve heard about him many, many times. He’s a Colorado Springs City Councilman (at-large), and with all the attention he gets, you may not believe that he’s actually one of the newest members on council. He’s been a councilor for Keep Reading
My family moved to Colorado Springs from Northern California in 1998. We came here for many reasons: clean air, minimal pollution, very little traffic, low crime rates, low taxes, and (most importantly), we had family here.
A few weeks in, I noticed that there are some strange quirks about living in Colorado (and Colorado Springs, specifically) that I hadn’t expected. So for anyone interested, here is my Keep Reading