Welcome to our website. It has been designed to help you be more empowered to preserve and enhance your neighborhood. We want www.cscono.org to be a resource for information that can help you in many ways to enhance the quality of life for you, your children, and your children's children. There are over 200 helpful links in this site covering a wide range of topics all of which we hope are useful to our neighbors and community.
We, and our website, are open to all who promote and encourage community and neighborhoods.
Our May Meeting LOCATION & TIME have changed to
Wednesday, May 14 (2nd Wednesday)
CONO's New Home
309 S. Cascade Ave
Parking is available on the street and across the alley to the east of the office
in the County parking garage on Tejon.
I’m excited to announce that, thanks to a mutually beneficial working agreement with El Paso County, CONO is moving into our new home at 309 S. Cascade Ave next week. Come check it out at our next membership meeting, Wednesday, May 14. And while we’re making changes, we’re trying out a new time, responding to member feedback: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
At our strategic planning session last fall, members and community leaders stressed the importance of increasing CONO’s resources and capacity, to better enhance our ability to serve neighborhoods. Having a permanent home is a big step toward that goal.
See you Wednesday.
Links of Interest:
- El Paso County Administrator Jeff Greene gave us a very informative presentation about County Government. Click here to see it
- Leslie Patterson told us about a remarkable project the Patty Jewett Neighborhood Association has launched to support the Care and Share Food Bank. It is something any neighborhood can do. Click here for information (link to the Ashland Food Project)
From: City & Utilities
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or CONO, P.O. Box 624, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80901-0624