Preserving our historic resources is vital to maintaining the character and heritage of our City. Since its founding in 1859 its incorporation in 1871, the City has grown into a vital and diverse community with thriving neighborhoods, commerce, government, [Read more...]
Growing up in the Chicago area, Tom and his twin brother, John, acquired a passion for history and architecture amid some of the country’s first skyscrapers and many of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic structures. Both followed their father’s example by [Read more...]
Updated: Mar 2 First Place: $300 Prize Skye Williams William Lofton: Honoring the Truth Angevine Middle School Teacher: Emilio Marrero Second Place: $200 Prize Rachel Tilton Wright Peak Casey Middle School Teacher: Lisa Wertz Third Place: $100 Prize Penelope [Read more...]
Atrium Building - Midland Savings was landmarked on February 1, 2022.
Advocacy Alert - City Council considers Landmarking of the Midland / Atrium Building On Tuesday February 1, 2022 the Boulder City Council is holding a public hearing to determine the landmarking of the former Midland Savings Bank aka the [Read more...]
Visit Historic Boulder on ColoradoGives.org, a year-round online giving website that features more than 2,000 Colorado charities. You can schedule your donation today to process on Colorado Gives Day - December 7th, 2021! Your donation will be matched up [Read more...]
Holiday Tour 2021 - Saturday December 4th 50 Years ago, almost to the day, a group of citizens met on Joyce Davies' birthday to organize to save several historic buildings in town which were threatened with demolition. One of these [Read more...]
Historic Boulder posed three questions about historic preservation to the current Boulder City Council candidates. The questions are straightforward and don’t assume an in-depth knowledge. They are: Historic Boulder, Inc will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2022. The nonprofit [Read more...]