Street Light Maintenance Request
Pine Creek Residents - is your street light improperly working or not working at all? Did you know that CSU Utilities will fix broken street lights for FREE when notified? Springs Utilities typically services around 4500 streetlights per year from customer requests.
CSU Utilities has an easy online form to submit a street light maintenance request. The completed online request will be forwarded to the Street Maintenance Department for action. To help CSU Utilities address your request, please provide as much information as possible when completing the online form. For example, each street light has it's own unique identifying number on the pole. In addition, giving a cross street address also speeds up the location and work. Lastly, you can also make a report by calling 385-ROAD.
Visit Colorado Springs Utilities Street Maintenance Web Site
Let's keep our neighborhoods safe and properly lit.
CSPD Data Hub
The Colorado Springs Police Department has data hub to allow the community to easily access police data. You can check it out at http://policedata.coloradosprings.gov
Peak Alerts are notifications sent through a software called Everbridge by public safety agencies in El Paso and Teller Counties. Peak Alerts notify you of emergency situations that are a threat to life or property and are deemed dangerous by public safety officials. Examples of emergency situations may include but is not limited to, natural or man-made disasters, hazardous materials incidents, missing persons, law enforcement activity impacting the public, evacuation notices, and more.
Peak Alerts notify you of emergencies that happen near your registered address(es) or current location (if you are using the Everbridge app). To sign-up for these alerts, you must create an account with your contact information to include your address and at least one contact method. The information you provide is protected and will not be used for any other purpose. You choose how you want to receive these messages. Messages can be sent via text, phone call, email, mobile app, fax, and more. When you confirm receipt of a message, the system will stop attempting to contact you. If you do not confirm the message, the system will continue to attempt to reach your other registered contact methods.
It is important to note that during an emergency, you should use as many forms of communication as possible to stay informed. Stay tuned to news broadcasts, radio stations, social media, websites, weather radios, etc. It is recommended that you signup as an individual rather than a household as notifications will stop once a user confirms receipt of the message. If at any time you feel you are in danger, you should take whatever action you feel is necessary to get yourself to safety.
Sign up online at https://member.everbridge.net/index/1772417038942752?fbclid=IwAR3dnF2z9_qpMLsbTneHxDW-7DM2jlySQNXR2UOvw4O-13JLlvOJzOus5fo#/signup
Receive push-alerts to your mobile device anytime you travel into an area of an active incident. You can download the Everbridge app here: https://www.everbridge.com/app/
CSU Electrical/Gas/Water Outages
Wondering if you are the only home without power, gas, or water? Or do you need to report an outage?
Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) makes it easy to do both via a handy online map that allows you to see and check the status.
See it and learn more about it at http://stormcenter3.csu.org.s3.amazonaws.com/default.html
The Board of Directors is aware of past situations where homeowners and neighborhood representatives have taken actions directly with vendor contractors or have procured materials. Under Colorado law and consistent with PCVA By-Laws, only the Board of Directors and our Community Association Manager may legally plan, coordinate, task and direct contractors and obligate PCVA funds for services and materials. Under NO circumstance is any homeowner or neighborhood representatives allowed to represent PCVA to solicit proposals, coordinate or direct work. Homeowners and neighborhood representatives should identify requirements and must only work with the sole PCVA Managing Agent (Hammersmith) provided by the Board. Homeowners that direct contractor work may be held liable for any PCVA costs incurred--an unfortunate situation the Board wishes to avoid at all times.