City of Colorado Springs / Housing Development / Deerfield Hills Revitalization

Deerfield Hills Revitalization Project

Project Partners:
 Rebuilding Together Colorado Springs
Energy Resource Center
Sears' Heroes at Home
Booz Allen Hamilton
Honeywell
Home Depot
Denali Stone USA
Mountain View Medical Group
Waste Management
Colorado Springs Utilities
Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs
Carpet Connections
US Green Building Council
Southern Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
American Society of Landscape Architects
Southern Colorado
Palmer Tree Coalition
Concrete Couch
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Local Union #113
Plumbers, Pipefitters & HVAC Service Technicians – Local Union #58
City Forestry
Colorado Springs Police Department
Colorado Springs Fire Department
City Planning
City of Colorado Springs Environmental Sustainability
El Paso County Bar Association
CoPIRG
Loyola Marymount College
Family Connections
Mayor’s Streetscape Solutions Team
Griffith Centers for Children
Peak Vista
Turman Elementary School
Stroller Strides of Southern Colorado Springs
El Paso County Housing Authority
American Electric Company
Domino's Pizza - Tony Mand, Carl Tanner,
                      Mark Tanner, Craig Williams
Bargain Mart
Mountain Springs Church
Pulpit Rock Church
Enery Service Corps
Sherwin Willliams
Jodi Pattarozzi – Author of The Green Bean Queen

Logos - Rebuilding Together, Energy Resource Center and City of Colorado Springs
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The City of Colorado Springs, in partnership with Rebuilding Together Colorado Springs, the Energy Resource Center and many other public, private and non-profit organizations, held a volunteer day to revitalize the Deerfield Hills Neighborhood on Saturday, May 12, 2012.  The work day involved painting and landscaping 12 homes in the neighborhood.  Forty-seven businesses and organizations partnered with the City and community for this project!

The event was a huge block party open to all in the neighborhood, with activities for kids and adults at the Community Center and plenty of giveaways.  Neighborhood residents whose homes were not being rehabilitated were able to pick up free paint and cleaning supplies.  In addition, agency representatives were available to discuss community resources.

Project Scope:  12 income-qualified households and the Deerfield Hills Community Center

Project Goal:  Improve living conditions for residents, eliminate blight and preserve affordable housing stock in the community

Contact housingdevelopment@springsgov.com for project questions.

Deerfield Hills neighborhood street scene

Deerfield Hills is a low to moderate income neighborhood located in the southeast quadrant of the City of Colorado Springs.  The neighborhood boundaries are: Academy Blvd to the west, Drennan Road to the south and Hancock Expressway to the north and east.






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  Flyer for the Deerfield Hills Revitalization Project on May 12, 2012

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