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Welcome to Landmark Preservation

What's Happening?

Landmark Preservation ordinance review & update
For the next year, a task force will be meeting monthly to review and consider updating the landmark ordinance with a focus on making the designation process more collaborative.
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Applications submitted for Capitol Hill sites
An application for landmark designation for 1201 Jackson Street and an application for a "Capitol Hill/Kortz" historic district have been submitted. Staff have recommended deniel for both.  Learn more >>

Former Iliff home "Ormleigh" newest city landmark
Denver's City Council has unanimously approved an application for historic designation submitted for the former home of William Seward Iliff, an influential supporter of the University of Denver and the Iliff School of Theology, and son of Denver pioneer John Wesley Iliff.  Learn more >>

Discover Denver Survey

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Historic Denver, Inc., in partnership with the City and County of Denver, has launched Discover Denver, a citywide survey designed to identify buildings with cultural, historical or architectural significance. 

Visit to find out how you can help us collect and tell Denver's stories.



Contact Us

Contact Landmark Preservation staff:

Call or email landmark staff:

  • to set up an appointment for a pre-application meeting 
  • to discuss your building project in-depth with a landmark staff member
  • to ask questions or get information on any landmark process and related applications

Property concerns:
Report property concerns to Denver 311.

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