El Paso County Seeks Community Input


           MASTER PLAN


Holly Williams                                 Dist. 1

Mark Waller                                     Dist. 2

Stan VanderWerf                             Dist. 3

Longinos Gonzalez                          Dist. 4

Cami Bremer                                    Dist. 5


News Release

Ryan Parsell, Chief Public Information Officer, Phone: (719) 520-6540   Cell: (719) 244-1809, RyanParsell@elpasoco.com

200 S. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903


El Paso County Seeks Community Input

Citizens Urged to Attend Second Round of County Master Plan Meetings

El Paso County, CO, June 17, 2019 –El Paso County is hosting a second round of meetings for citizens to provided feedback and talk to County planners about the new El Paso County Master Plan. Citizens are encouraged to attend one of the five meetings that is closest to the area in which they live.


Schedule of Meetings:

6-8 p.m., Tuesday, June 25

Specific Area Meeting for Colorado Centre, Widefield, and  Lorson Ranch

4770 Horizonview Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado  80925


6-8 p.m., Wednesday, June 26

Specific Area Meeting for the Hanover, Fountain south, and Midway Area

13325 Old Pueblo Road,  Fountain, Colorado 80817


6-8 p.m., Thursday, June 27

Specific Area Meeting for Cimarron Hills Area

6250 Palmer Park Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado  80915


6-8 p.m., Monday, July 1

Specific Area Meeting for the Ute Pass Area

Marcroft Hall, Chipita Park.  9105 Chipita Park Road


6-8 p.m., Tuesday July 2nd

Specific Area Meeting for the Ellicott Valley

Ellicott Middle School 350 S. Ellicott Highway, Ellicott Colorado  80808


Citizens can still complete the Master Plan Survey online by visiting http://www.elpasoco.com and clicking on “Your El Paso Master Plan” graphic. A mapping tool is also available to mark your priorities, issues and assets in El Paso County.


Visitors will arrive at a website that contains both the survey and additional information about the Master Plan, including a schedule of community meetings.


The Master Plan development process will take about two years to complete and will include dozens of opportunities for citizens to voice their views.  However, the online survey is a fast, effective, and convenient way for citizens to participate in the planning process.


The County Master Plan is broad and will examine County land use, infrastructure, water capacity, transportation networks, government services, and other important topics.  The aim of the Master Plan is to better serve and accommodate the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors to the County.  The Master Plan will integrate and expand on concepts from the current Countywide Policy Plan and several recent plans and studies.  Examples include the Major Transportation Corridors Plan (2016) and the Parks Master Plan (2013), as well as other ongoing County initiatives, like the Water Master Plan (2018) and broadband strategic plan efforts.