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WOODLAND PARK

Woodland Park enjoys the best majestic view of Pikes Peak America’s Mountain. Sitting at 8,500’ elevation we are just 18 miles west of Colorado Springs. While centrally located amidst Colorado’s many attractions, we maintain our welcoming small town feel. Residents enjoy the easy access to Pike National Forest for rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking and more. Woodland Park elevates your mountain experience to an entirely new level. Woodland Park residents are a diverse group. The city's population of 8,600 includes families, young singles, retirees, and active duty military as well as a number of artists and musicians. We are home to excellent public and private schools, Charis Bible College, unique shops, restaurants, boutiques and outstanding business services. We are known for the best Outdoor Farmers Market in the State of Colorado. The outdoor market is held each Friday from early June through the end of September. Other signature events include our 4th of July Celebration, Symphony Above The Clouds on July 5, Woodland Music Series – a series of outdoor concerts held each month during the Summer, Vino & Notes, Mountain Arts Festival, Rock and Gem Show, Cruise Above the Clouds, Oktoberfest and more. Come visit and enjoy your Colorado Mountain Experience in Woodland Park.

Visit us at www.woodlandparkchamber.com

town of woodland park - addendum Area: 6.5 Square Miles Government: Home Rule – City Council and Manager Median House Sale Price: $361,000 (Zillow 2019) Median Household Income: $65,972 per household – US Census Bureau - 2106

Library: Rampart Library District, 218 E Midland Ave, 719-687-9281 Local Newspapers: Pikes Peak Courier 719-687-3006, Mountain Jackpot 719-687-0803 Location: 18 miles West of Colorado Springs along US Highway 24 at the base of Pikes Peak Medical Services: UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital 719-687-9999, Penrose Mountain Urgent Care 719-686-0551

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Economic Base: Service and retail center for Teller County with a strong outdoor recreation and tourism economy

Parks & Recreation: Bergstrom Park, Cavalier Park, Crestwood Park, Lion’s Park, Meadow Wood Sports Complex, Memorial Park, Red Mountain Adventure Park, Ute Pass Cultural Center, Woodland Aquatic Center. Population: 8,600 per State Demographer Office Post Offices: 300 W South Ave & 900 Tamarac Pkwy 1-800-ASK-USPS. Protection: 911 Emergency. Police 719-687-9262. NE Teller County Fire Protection District 719-687-1866. Schools: Woodland Park School District RE-2 719-686-2000, Colorado Springs Christian School – Woodland Park Campus 719-686-0706, Charis Bible College – Woodland Park Campus 719-635-6029 Tax Rate: 4.09% (2.0% general, 1.0% streets, 1.09% for RE-2 School District, City of Woodland Park, 1.0% County, 2.9% State, 7.99% Total Utilities: Black Hills Energy (natural gas) 888-890-5554, Intermountain Rural Electric Association (IREA) 719-687-9277, City of Woodland Park Utilities (water & waste water) 719-686-9680 City Hall: 220 W South Ave, PO BOX 9007, 719-687-9246 www.city-woodlandpark.org Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce: 210 E Midland Ave, 719-687-9885 www.woodlandparkchamber.com

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