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Neighborhood Strategy Area Maps

Neighborhood Strategy Areas (NSA) must meet certain federal guidelines to use federal funds. Neighborhood Strategy Areas are older areas of the city designated through an extensive survey and planning process. This process results in the creation of a Master Plan used to plot and execute strategies to preserve and improve neighborhoods.

 

NSA Map
NSA Map
The following are designated neighborhood strategy areas in the City of Colorado Springs.  Click on the links below for each map, or on the document below for all maps. 

 

Adams
Deerfield Hills
Ivywild
Mill Street
Westside
 

Hillside, Mesa Springs and Knob Hill (Platte Avenue Business and Neighborhood Association) were closed out as NSAs in 2009. NSAs that are closed out receive funding for Planning Activities (CDBG) for one year thereafter.

For more Information regarding designated neighborhood strategy areas please contact Aimee Cox, Housing Development at 719-385-6609.






Download File
NSA_Maps_6[2].pdf

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  Five Neighborhood Strategy Area maps plus map of Colorado Springs with highlighted NSAs.

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