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Spring Forward - Change Clocks
Candidates Forum
School Threats Town Hall
Goals Met for Dickson Memorial
God With Us!
Business Expo
Mountain View Medical Group
Fine Art Show
Transportation Survey
House Accounts at UPS Store
Coalition for Upper South Platte
Moon Yin Yoga
Highway 67 Update
Grapevine Deadline
Thank You to Our 2018
Leadership Council


PBS Trust

Schommer Logo

Black Hills 
Charis Logo
Spring Forward
Time Change
Replace batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, too!
Candidates Forum
 Join the Chamber as we host the City Municipal Election Candidates Forum on Tuesday, March 13, 2018.  The forum will be held in the City Council Chambers and will begin promptly at 6:00 pm.   No campaign signs or paraphernalia will be allowed within the Chambers.  Campaign buttons may be worn. This forum will be streamed live.  Click Here at 6:00 pm on the 13th to watch live.  
School Threats Town Hall Town Hall
Goals Met for Dickson Memorial

dickson memorial A respectful silence filled the atmosphere at the Chamber's February Business After Hours where there was a short video about the Dickson Memorial Project.  The BAH was hosted Park State Bank.

Thanks to generous donations from event attendees and its hosts, The Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce and Park State Bank & Trust, the evening's fundraising goals were not only met but abundantly exceeded.

Although significant funds of $56,000 had previously been allocated, Tuesday's event was established to reach the completion of funding goals totaling $75,000 to build a memorial in Woodland Park's Memorial Park.

The inspiration to create another memorial on Dickson's behalf began with two of his closest childhood friends, Steve Plutt and Steve Storrs. Both actively heading this project and present at Tuesday night's event, they arranged a centerpiece table with visible memorabilia and a printed brochure highlighting the story of Eric's life which was made readily available for those attending.  Click HERE to see full story.
God With Us! 
Reserve Space Today for Spring Business Expo

The Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce and Platinum Relations will be hosting the Spring Chamber Business Expo on Thursday, April 12, 2018.  The Expo will be held at the Ute Pass Cultural Center from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.  You can RESERVE YOUR BOOTH TODAY!

Chamber Member booth rental is $60.00. An additional $5 for Electricity.  Non Member booth $120. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase to the community your business and services offered.  Average attendance for Expo is 275 - 300 people.

To reserve your booth online click HERE.  To download the application and return with payment to the Chamber office by March 30 click HERE.
New Nurse Practitioner at Mountain View Medical Group

DaVita Medical Group
Deals at Big O Tires
Big O Tires
Community Profile

Profile Book
The Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce has numerous publications promoting the area, including the Woodland Park Community Profile.  It's available in both print and electronic formats. 

The book is full of information about local business, tourism and attractions, relocation information, community organizations, and more.  Stop by the Chamber today for a copy or click HERE to see the online version.
New Location for Body Works Chiropractic & Acupuncture 
Free Scout Day at the Dinosaur Resource Center

Scouts Saturday, March 10 
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Click HERE to visit our website 
All scouts and their leaders, IN UNIFORM, will be admitted FREE. We have the Flash and Thelma Memorial Hedgehog Rescue and Homeward Bound Hedgies, The Air Force Academy, Artist John Patterson, COSROCS and The Friends of Dinosaur Ridge all will be here for a great learning experience and lots of fun! For more in-depth details please visit our website.
Senior Choices Benefits
Senior Choices
Postcards at Update Printing
Update Printing
Goodwill Program
Bliss by Arctic Spas

Woodland Country Lodge Weekend Special
Country Lodge
Live Entertainment at Woodland Country Lodge
Country Lodge
Local Plumbing Expert for Residential and Commercial
Fine Art Show Call to Artists
Friends of Mueller
Transportation Survey Input Needed

Regional Transporation Plan Between now and 2045, the Pikes Peak Region will experience significant growth, as well as social, demographic, and technological changes that will impact our daily lives. The region's population is forecast to increase from 712,000 to over 1.1 million in the next 25 years, and PPACG is considering how this growth and changes like the introduction of automated vehicles and the lifestyle preferences of future generations will impact transportation.
PPACG just released a survey to request public input on transportation needs in the Pikes Peak region, now and in the future. The survey is available HERE until March 23, 2018 on the PPACG website.  The survey and may be converted into alternative formats or languages upon request.  Survey results will be made available and posted online.
As the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Pikes Peak Region, PPACG must maintain a long-range regional transportation plan that describes transportation needs and investment priorities. This plan provides the foundation for all aspects of decision-making by establishing the vision and goals for transportation within our region. The plan also identifies existing and future transportation needs for the region along with both long- and short-range strategies to address these needs.
Senior Center Pancake Breakfast
Pancake Breakfast
Woodland Professional Building
Professional Building
Moon Yin Yoga
Attention Yoga Instructors
Yoga Teachers
March Farmers Market at Cultural Center
Farmers market

March Winter Market coming up on Saturday 10, 9 am-1 pm.
Many of our regulars, but different stuff too.
Look for the cheese, meat and eggs as usual, but also new vendors Lunch Box Etc with food truck outside and burritos inside.
Also, The Pop will have coffee, kid drinks and cookies.
Remember that wonderful spaghetti sauces, garlic spreads and artichoke dip can be found at Mama Giuseppa's.
Past vendor Mountain Man Woodworks will be there with their beautiful Mason Bee Houses and other handcrafted wood items.
Bakery specials from Kneading To Bake and Gold Camp Bakery amongst others.
Lots more - come and see!
Contact us: HERE
719.689.3133 or 719.648.7286
Short Wait at PPRH ER
New Menu for My Sweet Escape

My Sweet Escape has revamped their lunch and breakfast menu with new and exciting specialties.  Choose from Sandwiches and Paninis, Soup, Kolache Burger, Signature Burgers, Sliders and Breakfast.  Click HERE to view the new menu.  
Red Door Vacation Rental
Red Door
Community Partnership
Get the Job

Community Partnership
The Southern Lilly for
Comfort Cuisine

Southern Lilly
Live Music at Bella Vista
Shining Mountain
The UPS Store for Printing Solutions
UPS Store
Dotsero at Shining Mountain
Shining Mountain
Site A: CO 67 - Cripple Creek to Divide
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, Mar. 12 through Friday, Mar. 16
Lane Restrictions - Travel reduced to one lane in both directions for guardrail installation.  
  • CLICK HERE for weekly map
  • Monday, Mar. 12, Guardrail installation, MP 63 to MP 67, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Tuesday, Mar. 13, Guardrail installation, MP 63 to MP 67, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Wednesday, Mar. 14, Guardrail installation, MP 63 to MP 67, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Thursday, Mar. 15, Guardrail installation, MP 63 to MP 67, both Northbound and Southbound.
  • Friday, Mar. 16, No work. 
  • Measurements are approximate and will vary from day to day depending on production. 
  • Flaggers and pilot car present.
  • Speed limit reductions in place. 
Additional Project Site Information:
  • 12 foot wide load restriction during construction hours.
Site B: CO 67 - Woodland Park to Westcreek 
Traffic Impacts
Daylight Hours, Monday, Mar. 12 through Friday, Mar. 16
Lane restrictions - No work at Site B this week in order to allocate all resources to Site A.  
  • Monday, Mar. 12, No work.
  • Tuesday, Mar. 13, No work.
  • Wednesday, Mar. 14, No work.
  • Thursday, Mar. 15, No work.
  • Friday, Mar 16,No work.
Additional Project Site Information:
  • Site B - the 12 foot, wide load restriction during construction hours has been lifted until further notice.
Grapevine Deadline      

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