Denver, alongside our regional partners, requires masks in indoor settings for most businesses and venues. Businesses can opt to verify vaccinations before entry, in which case masks would not be required.
Landmark Preservation is a vital and integrated component of Community Planning and Development. Denver’s landmarks and historic districts enhance the city’s unique identity, quality of life, and economic vitality. Denver’s City Council first enacted the Denver Landmark ordinance in 1967 to help preserve, enhance and encourage the use of structures and areas of the city with historical, architectural and/or geographical significance.
Search for Individual Landmarks and Historic Districts in Denver.
Check out the current Denver Landmark Preservation initiatives.
Learn how to landmark a property, view current applications under review, and search for historic landmarks and districts.
Landmark staff reviews demolition applications citywide as well as exterior work and development on locally designated Denver landmarks or properties located in a historic district.
Research historic properties, learn about income tax credits, other preservation incentives, and find tips on maintaining historic buildings.
View the Landmark Preservation Ordinance and learn more about the commissions.
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