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  Empowering Neighborhoods

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.

The next Council of Neighbors and Organizations meeting will be

Colorado Springs City Mayoral Candidate Debate: Amy Lathen, Mary Lou Makepeace, and John Suthers

Moderated by CONO Board member Rachel Beck

Wednesday, March 11 (2nd Wednesday)
5:30-7:30 PM
Centennial Hall
200 S. Cascade Ave map

For the debate, free parking is available in the parking structure just west of Centennial Hall. For all CONO meetings, parking is available on the street and across the street in the juror parking. There is no charge for parking in the juror lot during CONO meeting times.
Parking is also available in the County parking garage on Tejon.

Click here for our 2015 Meeting Calendar

2015 Membership Application

2015 Membership Application Cover Letter

We are looking for volunteers to help us staff the new Council of Neighbors and Organizations office. Please contact us if you would be willing to donate a few hours each week or month to greet visitors, describe Council of Neighbors and Organizations services, and answer the two phone lines.

Summary of Results of CONO Strategic Planning Session


Contact us at: info@cscono.org or Council of Neighbors and Organizations, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

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First-ever Neighbor Up! week, April 12-19

Workshops, Speakers, Awards and Celebration all to help you make your neighborhood better

Click here for more info.


CONO’s Library

We have books for lending. These books will help you understand how to help create community; so feel free to come in at Council of Neighbors and Organizations, 309 S. Cascade Ave., in downtown Colorado Springs

CONO Neighborhood Leadership Training Program

We're working on a written training program for neighborhood leaders. What do you think are the most important skills a neighborhood leader should have? What does a neighborhood leader need to know?