Emergency Management Collecting Input For Economic Recovery In Pikes Peak Region

May 12, 2020
The Downtown Partnership worked with the city of Colorado Springs to suspend parking meters downtown in an effort to increase customers and local businesses during the outbreak of the new coronavirus.The Downtown Partnership worked with the city of Colorado Springs to suspend parking meters downtown in an effort to increase customers and local businesses during the outbreak of the new coronavirus. Courtesy of the Downtown Partnership
The Downtown Partnership worked with the city of Colorado Springs to suspend parking meters downtown in an effort to increase customers and local businesses during the outbreak of the new coronavirus.

The Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management is collecting data to help inform them on what's needed for businesses, nonprofits, and religious organizations in El Paso County as they look to recover from impacts from the new coronavirus pandemic.

Results from the survey will be used to help figure out what challenges organizations in the Pikes Peak region will likely face in the coming months. From there, officials will use the information to guide recovery efforts.

The four-question survey asks things like the purpose of each organization and the number of employees as well as ideas for programs to assist with recovery. It's also open to local government offices and special districts throughout El Paso County.

The survey will remain open through at least the beginning of June.

Click here to access the survey.