Trails and Open Space Blog

  • News January 22, 2020

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    News January 22, 2020 Last Public Meeting for Waldo Canyon Wed. Jan 22, 5:30 – 7:00 pm Westside Community Center Gym 1628 W Bijou St This is the third and FINAL public meeting for the “Re-Imagine Waldo Canyon Public Planning Project.” Come see the community vision you have helped to craft over the course of this planning process. Review important information such as desired trailheads, trail

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  • News January 15, 2020

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    News January 15, 2020 Are Our Trails Safe? Earlier this week trail users were stunned to learn that an assailant stabbed 8 people in the vicinity of the Pikes Peak Greenway and America the Beautiful Park. None of the assaults were fatal. Victims were hospitalized and several have been released. The stabbings took place around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning and made

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  • News January 8, 2020

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    News January 8, 2020 TOSC 20|20 Parks Challenge What’s your favorite park? Did it make the list for our 20 in 20 Challenge? The Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) has created a list of 20 parks we think everyone should visit. Snap a photo while you are there, tag us or share it on our Facebook and/or Instagram (#TOSC2020Challenge). Each

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  • News January 1, 2020

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    News January 1, 2020 TOSC 20|20 Parks Challenge The Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) wants to encourage people to get out and enjoy our parks. So, we have selected 20 different parks for you to visit. Snap a photo while you are there, share it on our Facebook and/or Instagram. Visit all 20 parks in 2020 and you will earn

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  • News December 25, 2019

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    News December 25, 2019 BIG Day Recap The Trails and Open Space Coalition’s BIG Day was a BIG success! The achievement of surpassing 100 donors in 24 hours took the support of our entire community and we are thankful for everyone who donated, attended our events and spread the word about the BIG Day.  A huge thank you to REI and Tap Traders for hosting TOSC.

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  • News December 18, 2019

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    News December 18, 2019 I’m grateful for…. When I was 5 years old the only present I wanted from Santa was a “Chatty Cathy”. A doll with a pull string that talked. Mom and Dad were struggling financially as elementary school teachers and cautioned that Santa might not be able to deliver. I refused to accept that and thought my heart would

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  • News December 11, 2019

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    News December 11, 2019 I am thankful for the history of Colorado Springs, for the vision of our forefathers who realized the beauty that surrounds us and for their efforts to create a world-class parks system that is connected in many ways to our community, readily accessible by our residents and visitors alike. I’m filled with gratitude for the work that

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  • News December 4, 2019

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    News December 4, 2019 What are You Thankful For? I am thankful to live in Colorado with its incredible views and easy access to world class outdoor recreation. I’m grateful to be a part of a community that values open space and invests in protecting our natural resources. I’m honored to work with a talented team of professionals. Seriously, did you

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  • News November 6, 2019

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    TOSC has a new logo! News November 6, 2019 2B Passed! Special thanks to these partners who contributed to the success of 2B. Friends of Monument Valley Park, Friends of Boulder Park, Friends of Garden of the Gods, Friends of North Cheyenne Cañon, Incline Friends, Corral Bluffs Alliance, Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance, Pikes Peak Pickle Ball Association, Home Builders Association,

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  • Fountain Creek Chronicles

    By on November 5, 2019

    The District’s work, through a collaborative effort between many organizations, focuses on protecting, preserving and enhancing our waterways for the benefit of citizens and our natural habitat throughout the region for today and future generations. We care about clean and safe waterways, water quality, and enhancing the ability to fish and recreate in our waterways for improved quality of life

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