Managed by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, the Colorado Main Street Program revitalizes commercial districts and local economies through historic preservation and sustainable design. Through funding from the History Colorado State Historical Fund, this year’s program will work to economically empower 12 communities around the state through educational, technical and architectural assistance as well as local community advocacy and on-site trainings.
The Colorado Tourism Office will develop and host a designated Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways micro-website which will be housed on Colorado.com, providing an enhanced presence for each of Colorado’s Scenic & Historic Byways.
As their names indicate, the historic 1921 Poultry & Pet Stock Pavilion and 1946 Rabbit Building both housed animals (poultry & stock and rabbits, respectively) during the Colorado State Fair in years past.
The Administrator's Residence, Playhouse, and Garage is located at Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo (CMHIP),which was constructed in 1934. It now functions as a museum exhibiting antique medical equipment, artifacts, and photos portraying the history of CMHIP since its founding in 1879.