Denver’s landmarks and historic districts enhance the community’s unique identity, quality of life, and economic vitality. Staff coordinates with the Landmark Preservation Commission to designate historic properties, and perform design and demolition review for listed individual landmarks and historic districts. Learn more . . .
2329 Eliot Street Historic Designation
The Denver Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) will hold a public hearing regarding the application for historic designation for 2329 Eliot Street on October 6, 2015 at 1 p.m. at 201 W. Colfax Ave., room 4.F.6. Agenda and staff report will be posted on the LPC page.
Citywide Design Review Improvements
Denver is updating and improving its design review requirements . Learn more >>
Five Points Historic Cultural District
On March 23, 2015, City Council approved an ordinance to rename the Welton Street Commercial Corridor Cultural District to the Five Points Historic Cultural District, based on the community's request. Custom design guidelines are also in the works for this historic district. Learn more>>
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 DiscoverDenver.co to find out how you can help us collect and tell Denver's stories.
Landmark Preservation staff:
Permit counter hours and location:
9 - 11 a.m., Monday - Friday
or by appointment
Wellington Webb Municipal Office Building
201 West Colfax Ave., Dept 205
Denver, Colorado 80202
Report property concerns to Denver 311.
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