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What's Happening?

City Council approves 3 historic designations
In recent two City Council meetings, landmark designation was approved for 4655 Humboldt Street (Stadium Arena), for a historic district on South Lincoln Street and for 1250 Welton Street (Emily Griffith Opportunity School). Learn more >>

Five Points Historic Cultural District
Custom design standards and guidelines are in the works for the Five Points Historic Cultural District. Staff will present a draft June 21 to the Landmark Preservation Commission, which will also hold a public hearing on the project in July. Staff have scheduled office hours in the neighborhood to take public comment.  Learn more>>

Downtown Denver Historic District Tax Rebate 
Landmark Preservation is now accepting applications for the Downtown Denver Historic District Tax Rebate for 2016. The deadline for applications for eligible projects in Downtown Historic District properties is September 1, 2016.  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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