With the COVID-19 surging across much of the nation, Denver has issued a Public Health Order requiring all city employees, as well as private-sector workers in high-risk settings, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 30.
Learn about Denver’s Latino/Chicano Historic Context Study
Learn more about the approved La Alma Lincoln Park Historic Cultural District
Learn about Denver's locally designated structures and neighborhoods.
Information on tax incentives, historic research, rehabilitation standards and more.
Learn about the designation process and see current applications.
Learn about and contribute to Denver's citywide building survey, done in partnership with Historic Denver.
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.
Landmark Preservation is currently developing a Latino/Chicano Historic Context. With the community's input, this exciting project will provide a broad historical overview of the citywide settlement and development patterns of Denver's Chicano/Latino communities. The project will also identify significant locations and buildings affiliated with these culture to help preserve and protect our city's diverse history. Learn more >>
Landmark Preservation coordinates with these and other community, neighborhood and historic preservation organizations on a regular basis.
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