Have the HistoricCOS Team Come to You
The HistoricCOS team would love to hear input from your organization or group. To schedule a time for the team to attend your event, email Daniel Sexton at email@example.com
The rapid growth of Colorado Springs is transforming the city, landscape, historically significant locations and our cultural identity. We want to make sure these changes take place in a positive and sustainable way. The Historic Preservation Plan will provide a framework so that we, as a community, can maintain our wonderful historic resources as we grow.
The Colorado Springs Planning Department is developing a new Historic Preservation Plan. The plan will:
- Build upon the City’s current preservation plan, adopted in 1993
- Coordinate preservation efforts across the city
- Provide content for an ongoing conversation of historic preservation that will leverage limited resources to educate, plan and survey additional resources throughout the city
- Inform the City about its historic resources
- Improve preservation of historic resources
- Guide and prioritize preservation projects
- Aid in the development of effective regulatory processes and procedures
The current Historic Preservation Plan was adopted in 1993.
February 6, 2018
This project is paid for in part by a History Colorado- State Historical Fund Grant, a Certified Local Government (CLG) grant, and a National Trust of Historic Preservation grant.