History Colorado’s Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is renewing the statewide action plan for historic preservation, and inviting the public to collaborate in drafting the upcoming 2030 Statewide Preservation Plan.
The 2030 Statewide Preservation Plan will serve as a guide to a wide network of historic preservationists in Colorado; it will also influence the work done by their professional partners, including architects and archaeologists, city planners and developers, historical societies and officials in local and rural municipalities. The 2030 Planning Committee encourages public participation, as a valuable part of these policy shifts and organizational changes.
This year, a primary aim of these listening sessions is to create space for more meaningful participation from a wider array of communities. This is an invitation to all members of the public, across the state, to shape the Colorado’s preservation efforts for the next 10 years.
Please join the 2030 Planning Committee at one of the following meetings:
Public input will help us save places while tackling serious concerns facing Colorado communities, including economic development, population increase, housing shortages, redevelopment, gentrification and displacement. These public meetings are just the beginning of that endeavor.