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Community Partners

The Colorado Springs CVB works with many partner organizations whose commitment to our community is vital to the success of our mission!

Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado 
The mission of the Better Business Bureau is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB accomplishes this mission by creating a community of trustworthy businesses, setting standards for marketplace trust, encouraging and supporting best practices, celebrating marketplace role models, and denouncing substandard marketplace behavior.

City of Colorado Springs 
The City of Colorado Springs provides services to Colorado Springs residents and businesses, guiding  the growth of the city through economic development, planning, zoning and road construction.

Colorado Division of Wildlife 
The Division of Wildlife manages the state's 960 wildlife species by regulating hunting and fishing activities by issuing licenses and enforcing regulations. The Division also manages more than 230 wildlife areas for public recreation, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, provides technical assistance to private and other public landowners concerning wildlife and habitat management, and develops programs to protect and recover threatened and endangered species.

Colorado Springs Diversity Forum 
The Colorado Springs Diversity Forum is comprised of representatives from public, private, non-profit, and education sectors to build on the positive work and influence of the diverse cultures that contribute to the social and business structure of our city. CSDF recognizes that positive diversity practices enhance economic vitality, promotes business success, and improves the quality of life for current and future citizens of Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance
The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance (Business Alliance) is the result of the February 2012 merger of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corporation. These two leading organizations are now working as one to promote the economic growth of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region.

Colorado Springs Sports Corporation 
The Colorado Springs Sports Corporation has grown and prospered over nearly three decades to become a driving force in the agenda for amateur and Olympic sport, as well as for the state’s youth. The Sports Corp plays a vital role in assisting the United States Olympic Center (USOC) and the 48 other national and international sports organizations which call Colorado Springs “home,” in their endeavors and events. It stages the annual Rocky Mountain State Games for 6,000 athletes in all age and skills group, and hosted the 2007 State Games of America for a record 10,803 athletes from across the nation.

Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR) 
COPPeR is a nonprofit organization, governed by a diverse board of community leaders from the arts, nonprofit, public and business sectors. COPPeR takes a strategic view of the Pikes Peak region to ensure that cultural services reach all people and that the arts are used to positively address issues of economic development, education, tourism, regional branding and civic life. COPPeR provides an umbrella service encompassing areas such as marketing and communication, broad-based data gathering and strategic programming and advocacy for the arts industry in its entirety.

Downtown Partnership 
Downtown Partnership is the lead organization planning, advocating and promoting a vibrant downtown Colorado Springs.

El Paso County 
As the largest county in the state of Colorado, El Paso County provides efficient, effective and responsive government to meet the needs of the public and improve the quality of life in our community. The county is administered by a board of commissioners.

Southern Colorado Business Partnership
The Southern Colorado Business Partnership is an organization comprised of multiple regional partners working collectively in the pursuit of regional economic advancement with a shared voice, mission and focus.

Space Foundation
As the global space community has evolved, so has the Space Foundation - embracing all facets of space - commercial, civil, and national security. The Foundation is one of few space-related organizations that embraces the totality of this community rather than focusing on a narrowly defined niche.  In the 26 years since its founding, the Space Foundation has become one of the world's premier nonprofit organizations supporting space activities, space professionals and education.

Trails & Open Space Coalition 
The Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) is a non-profit organization working to preserve open space and rural land and create a network of trails, bikeways and greenways in the Pikes Peak region. TOSC works cooperatively with local and regional governments, community organizations, businesses, families and individuals who share the vision of an interconnected network of trails, greenways and open space through advocacy, education, project funding and volunteer programs.

U.S. Forest Service 
The Forest Service manages public lands in national forests and grasslands and has a long and distinguished history of service to the public.