The Monument neighborhood is a beautiful area that sits at the north side of the Springs at the base of the Rampart Range, bordering Pike National Forest. This is a quaint town with a lot of charm. Monument has many things to attract people from all walks of life from hiking trails to shopping, there’s plenty to do.

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The school district in Monument is district 38. With options in public schools and charter schools you’ll have plenty of options for your children. The ACT scores in this district are about 20% higher than the average state score. They have 5 public elementary schools, 1 middle school, 2 high schools and 1 charter school that serves students K-8. For more information, click this link to be directed to the school district webpage.


Although Monument may be a smaller town, it still has some bigger stores such as Walmart, but other shops are locally owned, and home to only this town.

To find more information regarding shopping in Monument, click this link to redirect you to the website. 


There are a lot of chain restaurants in the Monument neighborhood, however, some are locally owned, below is a list of options for you to choose from.


Monument is a beautiful city just north of Colorado Springs, whether you enjoy the outdoors, or prefer to be a homebody, Monument can offer something for both. Below is a list of suggestions for you and others to enjoy!

  • Historic Walking Tour of Monument 
  • Similar ARTists tour (May-Sept only)
  • Downtown Art Hop (3rd Thursdays from 5-8pm)
  • Limbach Park Concerts (Wednesdays in June & July 7-9pm)
  • Farmers Market (Saturday’s May-Oct)
  • Monument Trail & Rock
  • Monument Lake