The Planning and Community Development Department is comprised of three divisions- the Planning division which provides a full range of planning and land use review services, the Code Enforcement division which is responsible for enforcement of the Land Development Code and County Ordinances, and the Administrative Services division reviews over-the-counter applications, and provides support to the public and Planning and Code Enforcement staff.
(719) 520-6300 Telephone
Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Office Closed Legal Holidays
2880 International Circle, Suite 110,
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
We are open, honest, and respectful in our work and communication. We build trust by transparently publishing data and analytics on our finances, the condition of our infrastructure, and our progress toward our strategic objectives.
- For general questions or to provide feedback on your experience with our department, please call us at (719) 520-6300 or email us at: email@example.com.
- For zoning questions relating to a specific property, development applications, or property history, please contact the Planner of the Day at (719) 520-6944 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit a complaint to Code Enforcement.
Useful Links and Telephone Numbers
El Paso County Board of County Commissioners (719) 520-7276
El Paso County Assessor (719) 520-6600
El Paso County Clerk & Recorder (719) 520-6202
El Paso County Treasurer (719) 520-7900
El Paso County Department of Public Works (719) 520-6460
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department (719) 327-2880
Colorado Springs Planning & Community Development (719) 385-5905
Colorado Springs Code Enforcement (719) 444-7891
- Public GIS
- Procedures Manual
- 1041 Regulations
- Zoning Map Book
- Landscape and Water Conservation Manual
- Special Districts
- Road Impact Fees
- Historical Documents (now expired)
- Master Plan Topical Elements
- Historical Master Plan Documents
- Your El Paso Master Plan Reference Documents
- Your El Paso Master Plan
- Water Master Plan
- El Paso County Planning and Parks Master Plan
- Master Plan for Mineral Extraction
There are five Code Enforcement Officers that serve the citizens of unincorporated El Paso County. Enforcement action is complaint driven so citizens must report their concerns to Code Enforcement. Citizens may report a violation anonymously; however, citizens are encouraged to provide their contact information when submitting a complaint. This information will allow Code Enforcement staff to contact citizens to provide updates or request additional information. Please note that any information provided to Code Enforcement is subject to the Colorado Open Records Act.