WEATHER CHANGING: The mild fall temperatures are coming to an abrupt end on Sunday when the lows will be in the single digits. I emailed out Fall Maintenance reminders last month covering sprinkler systems, heating systems, gutters, etc. If you did not receive that, please let me know. In the meantime, please disconnect all garden…

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It is time to start getting our homes prepared for the upcoming winter months. Here are a few reminders to help you do so. We find it’s much better to be proactive with these maintenance items rather than reactive. SPRINKLER WINTERIZING: to prevent pipes or the backflow device from freezing and bursting, we have to…

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The 44-year Colorado Springs tradition of a hot air balloon event on Labor Day weekend will continue with the Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off on September 5-6. In the spirit of community and innovation, event organizers Hot Apple Productions, LLC and the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation plan to bring hot air balloons to residents across Colorado Springs amid the COVID-19…

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A Burn Ban is now in effect for the City of Colorado Springs. Our fire danger is VERY HIGH and we want our community to be safe. For a look at our quick guide http://bit.ly/3aQAU0J

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Get ready for the largest 4th of July event with fireworks erupting across the Pikes Peak Region.  Enjoy the Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s annual patriotic concert broadcast from your favorite radio station – all from your porch!     HOW TO ENJOY THE MUSIC Tune your radio to: Sunny 106.3 FM Y96.9 FM KCME 88.7 FM…

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A curfew for the City of Colorado Springs has been extended and is now in effect Wednesday night, June 3, through Sunday night, June 7, from 10 p.m. each night to 5 a.m. the following mornings. The curfew will end on Monday, June 8, at 5 a.m. Travel for essential activities needed for health and…

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