The purpose of this list is to help piece together people and tools to successfully maintain and rehabilitate Colorado’s historic places. It is not meant to be exhaustive, nor is it an endorsement of any entity or program highlighted.
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Colorado Historic Preservation Tax Credit: Managed in partnership by History Colorado and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade
NATIONAL PRESERVATION PARTNERS NETWORK
Historical designation (state & national):
Find local landmark/preservation commissions: Colorado Local Governments with Preservation Ordinances or Zonings (September 2023)
Historic preservation contractors directory (voluntarily populated)
Protect a historic site with a conservation easement
COLORADO STATEWIDE PRESERVATION PARTNERS
Since 2002, History Colorado, the Colorado Historical Foundation, and Colorado Preservation Inc. have tracked how preservation benefits the state's economy and local communities.
Impactful preservation leverages community support. Consider sharing your goals with:
- Your local Historic Preservation Commission
- Local and regional economic development councils
- Urban renewal authorities
- Downtown development authorities
- City and county planning or community development offices
- Local historical societies or preservation organizations
- Community banks
- Community foundations
- Elected officials