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Denver to mark National Preservation Month

National Preservation Month is back, and once again Denver Landmark Preservation is inviting all of Denver to celebrate our city's unique history, architecture and geography as well as the preservation efforts that help keep them all a vital part of our landscape. 


Throughout the month of May, residents are invited to share what places matter to them by taking pictures of their favorite historic places and buildings in Denver and share them online, using the materials linked below and the hashtag #ThisPlaceMattersDenver. The pictures can be of official local landmarks or of non-designated places that mean something to individuals or the community. 

Download materials below and start sharing your photos!

Week-long Exhibit

Learn about Denver's preservation program, local landmarks, famous Denver architects and more by walking through the atrium of the Webb Municipal Building at 201 W. Coflax Ave. from Monday, May 6 to Friday, May 10.

"Lunch and Learn" Events

Join us for presentations by landmark  planners from noon to 1 p.m. every Wednesday in May at the Webb Municipal Building, Room 4.G.2:

  • May 1: Landmark 101 – An Introduction to Landmark Preservation 
  • May 8: I Saw the Sign: Denver’s Signage and Preservation
  • May 15: Preservation Trivia*
  • May 22:  Amazing A-Frames, with guests Jennifer Wahlers, Principal and Owner of ARCH Professionals; and Dianna Litvak, Senior Historian at Mead & Hunt
  • May 29: Landmark Design Review from Initial Design to Approval: Two Infill Case Studies 

*Trivia will be based on inforamtion included in the atrium exhibit.