Every ten years the State Historic Preservation Office is required to draft a preservation plan. In order to gauge where historic preservation efforts have been directed since the plan was last written in 2010, History Colorado's Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is undertaking an update to that plan, which is anticipated to be available by end of 2015.
Read on for more about the current statewide preservation plan.
The Power of Heritage and Place:
The Statewide Plan for Historic Preservation in Colorado
This plan seeks to motivate and empower people to value heritage and historic places by enhancing opportunities to demonstrate the myriad benefits of sharing and preserving the stories therein embodied. The Action Agenda is organized around six goals devised to guide statewide, regional, and local preservation efforts over the next five years. They are ordered to reflect a logical progression in advancing the practice of preservation in Colorado.