The Powers Corridor of Colorado Springs is a thriving area to the east of Colorado Springs with convenient housing, shopping, and commuting options for the many people who call the area home
The Powers Corridor of Colorado Springs is a thriving area to the east of Colorado Springs with convenient housing, shopping, and commuting options for the many people who call the area home. Neighborhoods Stetson Hills, Indigo Ranch, and Springs Ranch are all close enough to Sky Sox baseball stadium to be able to see when they launch fireworks after games. It's all here; brewpubs, crafting, organic food stores, clothes shopping, large plant nurseries, and many types of restaurants. School district49 provides a variety of education options to families in the area from charter and Core Knowledge schools to traditional and science academies. There are several builders in the area making it possible to pick out all the details of your next home before it's even built.
The Powers Corridor is part of School District 49. The northern section of the Powers Corridor is home to Vista Ridge High School, Skyview Middle School, Odyssey Elementary, Ridgeview Elementary, and Stetson Elementary. The southern section of the Powers Corridor is home to Sand Creek High School, Horizon Middle School, Evans International Elementary, Remington Elementary, and Springs Ranch Elementary.
The Powers Corridor has a lot of parks perfect for walking, hiking, or just having a picnic. Those parks are: Stetson Hills Open Space, Snowy River Park, Jared Jensen Park, Ken Jordan Park, Pring Ranch Park, Stetson Park, Laura Gilpin Park, Sandstone Park, Coleman Park, High Meadows Park, Springs Ranch Park, and Cimarron Eastridge Park.
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