Residents of Colorado Springs are invited to participate in the annual e-town hall to discuss the 2013 budget. To view details of the proposed budget, click here.

The official meeting is scheduled to take place Thursday from 5-7:30 PM at the City Council Chambers. Members of council will be on hand to hear comments, ideas and other input.

Residents can participate in any of the following ways:

• Attend in person at City Council Chambers, City Hall, 107 N. Nevada Avenue. Those wishing to speak at the meeting may sign up in person beginning at 3 p.m.;
• Watch the meeting live on SpringsTV, cable channel 18, or;
• Phone in comments to 385-5961;
• Email ideas and comments to;
• Facebook ideas and comments at;
• Tweet ideas and comments @springsgov.

Input submitted electronically will be read aloud as time allows.


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