Colorado Springs

Future of Shooks Run to be discussed at final planning meeting

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -

The city of Colorado Springs is holding the sixth and final public meeting about the Shooks Run planning process.

The meeting is Tuesday, Aug. 8 from 5 - 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Weber Street Center, 105 N. Weber Street in Colorado Springs.

On Feb. 14, City Council passed the Envision Shooks Run Facilities Master Plan. The project was formed after several months of development and an extensive public involvement process.

The project focuses on improving streets, bridges, drainage and other elements along the four-mile Shooks Run Corridor.

"The long-term Envision Shooks Run plan will enable the City to make strategic decisions on infrastructure needs, priorities and implementation," said City project manager, Aaron Egbert. "We encourage residents to come to this final project planning meeting because these plans will provide the City a starting point for the path to fulfill the community-desired vision for Shooks Run over the next 50 years."


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