The Colorado Springs Police has provided a list of online links related to crime prevention as part of their community watch program  These are included for your reference.

Call block (Colorado)

Call block (National)

Free Credit Report

Neighborhood Communication

Junk mail block

Fourth Judicial District (El Paso/Teller Counties)

Colorado Bureau of Investigations



Fraud information

Free Credit Report

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Colorado State Government

National Association of Town Watch

National Crime Prevention Council

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office

Neighborhood information sharing

Sex Offenders Search

Crime Map

Property documentation

The 2014 Annual Meeting and Picnic will be held this Saturday 9/20 at 12 noon at the pavilion at Nevins Park (The tennis court).  The association will provide drinks and hot dogs and hamburgers.  Please bring a side dish to share and a chair as our seating is limited.  We will discuss the year's activities.  This is a great opportunity to meet some of your neighbors and bring up any questions to the board.


Crime Alert:


On May 27th we’ve had 3 reports of outgoing mail being stolen out mailboxes in South Woodmoor.  The thefts occurred between 8 pm on Monday and 6 am Tuesday.  All mail that was taken was placed in their mailbox for pick up and remnants of the mail were found open and discarded along the roadways.  The three incidents reported were near Caribou Drive and Smugglers Road, Early Star Drive, and Caribou Drive West.  These incidents were reported to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. 

Please do not place any outgoing mail in your mailbox.  Take to the post office or place in a locked mail receptacle.  Please retrieve delivered mail as soon as possible to avoid having delivered mail stolen.  


Thank you,

Kevin Nielsen

Chief, Woodmoor Public Safety


From Mark Gebhart Deputy Director El Paso County Development Services Department:

Subject: RE: El Paso County Changes to regulations regarding group living arrangements in a residential setting for handicapped and disabled persons

The Board of County Commissioners continued this hearing on June 17.  Please see attached press release.  They will hold a worksession June 24 in Centennial Hall after considering their regular items on that agenda, and then hold a hearing on the proposed changes on July 1.  The public is welcome to attend, and you are welcome to distribute this email.


The press release is here (El Paso County website) or here (PDF - RRHOA copy).

A copy of the text is below but please see the original document for the complete details.

A followup from the previous email.

From: Mark Gebhart

Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2014 3:32 PM

Subject: RE: El Paso County Changes to regulations regarding group living arrangements in a residential setting for handicapped and disabled persons

I had previously sent you this email regarding proposed changes to the Land Development Code.  The El Paso County Planning Commission recommended several changes, including reducing the number of residents from 12 down to 8, as the threshold over which a special use would be required.  The proposed code changes will be scheduled for action by the Board of County Commissioners on June 17, 2014 at 9 am in Centennial Hall, at 200 S. Cascade.  The staff report for that hearing will be available June 13.

County staff is available to meet with interested people, preferably in a group format, between May 28th and the Board of County Commissioners hearing date of June 17.

Any comments or questions, or a request for a meeting can be directed to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 719-520-6323 (Monday-Thursday).