WELCOME HOME TO PEREGRINE
Welcome home to Peregrine, a premier mountainside community. A true Colorado community that’s nestled among trees and hills in the Northwest corner of Colorado Springs. The more than 1,000 pristine-built homes sit secluded against the natural bluffs and spectacular scenery that is wholly unique to Peregrine. Surrounded by natural beauty and overlooking the city lights of Colorado Springs, Peregrine offers a variety of amenities and activities. The Air Force Academy is located at the North edge of Peregrine, Blodgett Peak Open Space is to the West, and the city of Colorado Springs is a short drive to the East. Peregrine provides an active yet tranquil neighborhood for those looking for a special place to call home.
Parks & Recreation
Blodgett Peak Open Space:
A beautiful and accessible mountainous area with 167 acres of open space and many trails to explore. Once part of the Blodgett Ranch, the Blodgett Peak Open Space area is home to many animal and vegetation species. Dominating this area are the Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and scrub oak. This land is also home to peregrine falcons. Once placed on the endangered species list, these birds fly freely throughout the Blodgett Open Space
Woodmen Valley Park and Marshall-Sprague Park:
Playgrounds, hiking areas and unique Hoodoo rock formations, tennis courts, picnic spaces, and open activity fields.
The primary school district serving Peregrine residents is district 20. Website is www.asd20.org
Woodmen Roberts Elementary School:
Lies in a central area of the Peregrine neighborhood directly adjacent to the Woodmen Valley Park and within walking or biking distance to many Peregrine homes. It supports grades Kindergarten-5.
Eagleview Middle School:
Located a short distance to the South of Peregrine and supporting grades 6-8.
Air Academy High School:
Located on the southern grounds of the Air Force Academy and offering a comprehensive four-year high school for grades 9-12.
Faith and Spiritual
Colorado Springs has a variety of choices throughout the city. A couple are below.
Mount Saint Francis Center:
This center and church sits in the heart of Peregrine. Mount St. Francis provides a tranquil, reflective atmosphere for people of all faiths. The setting is surrounded by stonework, wildlife, and natural beauty. The Center is available to the public for events, retreats and meetings.
Woodmen Valley Church:
A non-denominational church just a short distance from Peregrine where you can gather, connect, grow, and contribute.
Attractions and Things To Do
Garden of the Gods:
Located in Peregrine’s backyard and a world class attraction is just southwest of Peregrine. This special place can offer a day of hiking and exploring, but Peregrine residents can also find a yearly calendar of events and activities scheduled at the Garden of the Gods.
The City of Colorado Springs:
The city lights and everything a growing and thriving city has to offer is just a short drive through Woodmen Valley to Interstate 25. Many restaurants, malls, movie theaters, and shopping centers are located just on the outskirts of Peregrine’s secluded premier community. A thriving downtown center offers a variety of activities. The Pikes Peak Center hums along by offering holiday shows, yearly performances, concerts, and other entertaining events. The Fine Arts Center offers a continuous variety of art shows, events, and community activities.
Old Colorado City:
Located to the west of downtown offering a unique and elegant shopping and dining experience
Pools and Gyms:
Foothills Racquet Club, Wilson Ranch Pool, and various local gyms and clubs are within close proximity to the Peregrine community.
Golf and Clubs:
A variety of clubs and golf courses span the Colorado Springs area. This variety of small and quaint to large and luxurious offer the community a wide range of choices. https://www.visitcos.com/things-to-do/outdoors/golf/
Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain
Views from atop Pikes Peak inspired Katherine Lee Bates to write the words to “America the Beautiful” in 1893 endowing this 14,114′ peak overlooking Colorado Springs and Peregrine the title of “America’s Mountain”.
The Mountains are Calling
Denver, a thriving metropolis, is just an hour drive North of Colorado Springs. A couple hours to the West are several popular mountain resorts offering winter and summer activities.
In Concert With The Natural Landscape
Peregrine is nestled up against the beautiful mountainside below Blodgett Peak. Our landscaping initiatives coincide with a master plan to enhance the surrounding environment, increase property value and improve quality of life. Year-round maintenance and the meticulous design of all common area enhancements are intended to enrich curb appeal while respecting the natural beauty of our native environment. To meet the demands of our challenging climate, we are constantly looking for innovative ways to reduce outdoor water consumption. Intelligent, well-maintained irrigation systems, along with xeriscaping initiatives, reduce our requirements for supplemental water and sustain the beauty of our neighborhood. With a forward-thinking spirit, our landscape maintenance team continues to adopt best practices to ensure all of Peregrine’s common areas provide aesthetic appeal and sustainability that will withstand the test of time.
Safety & Security
Peregrine enjoys one of the lowest crime rates in Colorado Springs. The Association is committed to Safety and Security through a proactive program of education and communication led by the Safety and Security Committee. The Committee actively works with and supports the Colorado Springs Police and Fire departments and our assigned CSPD Crime Prevention Officer.
Peregrine Aware/Peregrine Secure
The Safety and Security Committee operates two key programs: Peregrine Aware and Peregrine Secure. The Peregrine Aware program monitors neighborhood activities and when suspicious or other activities of concern are reported, the committee uses the email service to send Peregrine Aware Alerts to all registered homeowners. This program works in coordination with the Peregrine Block Captain and Neighborhood Watch programs.
The Peregrine Secure program is an education and informational program using email, community meetings, such as the annual PMA Town Hall, and articles published in the official Peregrine Life magazine. Articles address matters such as home security systems, personal safety, and other related topics of interest
Block Captains and Neighborhood Watch
The Committee works with and supports the Block Captain and Neighborhood Watch programs. These programs focus on keeping neighbors educated and aware of activities of concern and support emergency action.
Peregrine Master Association Safety and Security Committee Membership is voluntary and includes an assigned PMA Board director as the committee chair.
A Community That Enjoys Mountainside Living
Community Programs and Events
Maps & Directions
Our Peregrine Life magazine includes articles and photos each month about its residents, as well as scheduled events, helping to build community among our neighbors.
Peregrine Life Magazine by N2 Publishing, first published in June of 2009 and is the only monthly newsletter publication of the Peregrine Master Association. The mission of the N2 organization is to “Turn neighborhoods into communities” by connecting residents and sharing stories. It is a superior way to promote social events, build community, celebrate accomplishments, and share and grow ideas in the Peregrine neighborhood. It also provides high-quality, vetted local businesses an opportunity to advertise their products and services.