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Historic Preservation Commission

Meetings


  • 2nd Wednesday of each month
  • 1:30 p.n.
  • City Council Chambers
     1 City Hall Place
    Pueblo, CO 81003
  • Meeting Schedule

Agendas & Minutes


 
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available before the date of the next meeting.
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About the Commission


The Historic Preservation Commission advises and assists owners of landmarks and elements within historic districts on physical, technical and financial aspects of preservation, renovation, rehabilitation and reuse and on procedures for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places, Colorado Register of Historic Properties and designation as landmarks of historic districts, reviews applications for designation of landmarks or historic districts, issues or denies certificates of appropriateness, demolition permits, or certificates of economic hardship affecting designated landmarks or elements within a designated historic district, prepares and maintains a register of landmarks and historic districts.

Pueblo is a National Parks Service Certified Local Government

The City of Pueblo was designated a Certified Local Government (CLG) by the State Historic Preservation Office (History Colorado) in 2005.  Our city has received almost $160,000 in grants to fund architectural surveys, historic context studies, national register nominations, staff training, and interpretive signage.  Pueblo also qualified for $1.8 million for projects impacting twelve (12) historic places, including City Hall & Memorial Hall, Goodnight Barn, El Pueblo, Arkansas Riverwalk, and Downtown Pueblo,

Pueblo Register of Cultural Resources (Local Landmarks and Local Historic Districts)

Further resources

For more information about this commission/board, please contact the Planning Department at HPC@Pueblo.us or 719-553-2259.