ONEN Pedestrian & Bike Safety Plan


ONEN Green Team


Historic Neighborhood Guidance


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ONEN Sidewalk Improvement Program

Welcome to ONEN

ONEN would like to offer a big thank-you to our many neighborhood business sponsors. Sponsor support makes it possible for us to serve the neighborhood with improvement programs that include trees, sidewalks and extra security. Please make a point of patronizing our sponsors when you can, and let them know you appreciate their support! Visit our sponsor’s page for information.

  • Penrose-St. Francis Health Services

    Penrose-St. Francis Health Services
    Platinum Sponsor

Platinum Sponsor

  • Doolittle & White

    Doolittle & White
    Gold Sponsor
  • The Patterson Group

    The Patterson Group
    Gold Sponsor
  • Stauffer & Sons

    Stauffer & Sons
    Gold Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

  • Jazy Frei Plumbing & Heating

    Jazy Frei Plumbing & Heating
  • Beckony Kitchens & Baths

    Beckony Kitchens & Baths
  • Bestway Disposal

    Bestway Disposal
  • Mountain High Tree Care

    Mountain High Tree Care
  • Dave Strawn Windows & Storms

    Dave Strawn Windows & Storms
  • First Lutheran Church

    First Lutheran Church
  • Groninger Concrete and Landscaping

    Groninger Concrete and Landscaping
  • Lots A' Liquor

    Lots A’ Liquor
  • Classical 88.7 KCME FM

    Classical 88.7 KCME FM
  • Griffis Blessing

    Griffis Blessing
  • Dr. Sean O’Donnell

    Dr. Sean O’Donnell
  • Roasted!

  • CatamountInstitute-ONEN


Silver Sponsors

Our Mission

The Old North End Neighborhood (Colorado Springs, CO) has been established to preserve, protect, and enhance the neighborhood. It works to achieve this mission by:

  • Identifying, preserving, and celebrating historic homes and other features of the neighborhood;
  • Offering educational programs and preservation assistance to home owners;
  • Developing and offering community-building activities;
  • Preserving and improving the streetscape of the neighborhood, particularly the historic medians, parkways, and their canopy trees;
  • Improving safety and living conditions;
  • Monitoring building and renovations within the neighborhood, and assisting the City with the enforcement of zoning codes;
  • Cooperating with educational institutions in, near, and/or serving the neighborhood;
  • Providing communications vehicles, such as committee meetings, annual neighborhood meetings, newsletters, e-mails, and website which enhance the mission and interactions among residents.