Burn Restriction Effective June 3, 2022
The Colorado Springs Fire Department announced that a burn ban in effect since May 16 has been downgraded to burn restrictions as of noon Friday, June 3.
The burn restrictions will be in place indefinitely.
For information about Burn Restrictions, visit COSWildfireReady.org/burn-restrictions(link is external)
The Colorado Springs Fire Department, by and through its Division of the Fire Marshal, determines measures are necessary to maintain fire hazard awareness and continue to reduce fire risks in order to protect health and safety which are essential. Therefore, due to current and forecasted weather conditions, dry fuel moisture levels, and ongoing grass fire occurrence on undeveloped areas of Colorado Springs, as well as the National Preparedness Level of 2, Burn Ban Order 2022-B1 is rescinded and replaced by Burn Restriction Order 2022-R2.
PCVA Board Meeting In-Person June 28th
The Pine Creek Village Association Board of Directors' monthly meeting will be held June 28th at 6pm, in-person.
This is not a hybrid meeting; a virtual option will not be supported for this meeting.
Date: Tuesday, June 28th
Call to Order: 6pm
Address: Colorado Springs Fire Station 19, 2490 Research Pkwy, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
The 9PM Routine Can Reduce Crime
The Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) encourages you to embrace the 9PM Routine!
This is a nightly reminder for residents to:
If you would like to receive phone/email notifications of service delays or issues, you can call WM Customer Service at (888) 496-8824.
Please remember that that trash and recycling services can be completed anytime between 7am and 7pm on collection days.
Homeowners are responsible for maintaining all improvements on their lot in a manner consistent with the "Community-Wide Standard" which includes the maintenance of landscape, irrigation and sidewalks within the easements on their property.