Creekwalk is a Neighborhood Shopping Center within the South Nevada Avenue Urban Renewal Plan that delivers a sense of place with an experiential Cheyenne Creek centerpiece. Nature, art and urban planning will be showcased as Creekwalk’s architecture and building materials transition from plunges & pools, landscaped grasses and live water to bus stops, bike paths and multimodal transportation connections. Major public improvement transformations are enabled through Creekwalk, beautifying the function and appearance of Colorado Springs’ gateway from the south. Creekwalk delivers on the spirit and intent of urban renewal while transforming South Nevada.
Strategically located between Downtown Colorado Springs and Fort Carson
Restaurant locations to include rooftop patio and creekside dining experiences
A future pedestrian bridge at St. Elmo
New signalized access at Roanoke Street
27 parcels of land acquired, 24 structures razed, 5 years in the making, 3 major public improvements, 1 bold vision
RULES AND REGULATIONS
• NO LOITERING OR SOLICITATION
• NO PUBLIC RESTROOMS ARE AVAILABLE
• TRASH MUST BE DISPOSED OF PROPERLY
• NO SHOPPING CARTS
• SKATEBOARDING IS NOT PERMITTED
• BICYCLES ALONG THE CREEK EDGE ARE PROHIBITED
• NO PANHANDLING
• USE OR DISPLAY OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL IS PROHIBITED
• FISHING IS PROHIBITED
• PETS MUST BE ON A LEASH
• PET WASTE MUST BE PICKED UP AND DISPOSED OF PROPERLY
• NO OVERNIGHT PARKING, CAMPING OR TENTS
• NO DEMONSTRATIONS OF ANY KIND
• THE SALE OF GOODS AND SERVICES IS PROHIBITED
• DISTURBING THE PEACE, INCLUDING LOUD MUSIC OR SOUND, IS PROHIBITED
Creekside hours: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.
These parking, landscaping and open space rules and regulations will be strictly enforced by the Creekwalk Marketplace Business Improvement District.
The Rules & Regulations formed by the District of Creekwalk are reinforced by our on-site security patrol as well as our maintenance crew.
Baker and King Security offers uniformed, trained, unarmed security-guards at Creekwalk. With the 24/7 camera monitoring provided around Cheyenne Creek and Parking Lot as well as vehicle patrol it is meant to discourage unwanted activity, provide crowd control, curb loitering, prevent vandalism, and stop theft.