Preservation Programs

Historic preservation programs for Pueblo, Colorado includes educational and financial resources.

Resources for Pueblo

History network of Pueblo. If you are interested in doing further research about the history of the building, you are welcome to contact the various libraries and organizations in Pueblo.  These are resources to help citizens and tourists to know where to look.

Video Media

Pueblo History Everywhere, a primer historic places in Pueblo, by Historic Pueblo, Inc.

The 100th Anniversary of the Great Flood of 1921 by Goal Academy High School, produced by Corinne Koehler with images courtesy of Pueblo City-County Library, Pueblo County Historical Society, and Steelworks Center of the West.

Pueblo neighborhood historic studies

Grants and tax credit programs

Confirm if a place is in the historic business (H-B) zone district (and others) by searching their address in the Pueblo City Zoning Map

Pueblo Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) official portal contains agendas, minutes, meeting locations & times, and official Pueblo Inventory of Cultural Resources (with local landmarks and local historic districts). http://pueblo.us/hpc

Resources for Colorado

Preservation for a Changing Colorado: how historic preservation makes significant contributions to our state and local economies, from higher tax revenue, jobs created, more household income, and increased tourist spending.

History Colorado resources about Preservation Partners and Statewide Preservation Plan.

Colorado Preservation, Inc. promotes historic preservation statewide by providing advocacy, education, outreach, and preservation services to communities and individuals.