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PRESERVATION PROJECTS

After the initial saves in the early 1970s, it became clear that Boulder needed a government mechanism to protect historic places, and to oversee and the administration of a local landmarking process. Historic Boulder drafted a historic preservation ordinance, which was unanimously voted into place by City Council unanimously adopted in 1974. To this day, Historic Boulder collaborates closely with the Landmarks Board and City Preservation Staff to support their mission to preserve and protect the historic, architectural, and environmental assets that contribute to Boulder’s unique sense of place.

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TIMELINE OF HB’S PROJECTS

This series combines two of our favorite things: learning history and being outdoors. Local guides lead small groups on easy to moderate treks through scenic and historically significant sites. Thank you to our wonderful partner Suzanne Michot!

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SAVES/PRESERVATION SUCCESSES

We are working on an interactive mobile application that guides walkers through the history of “The Little Rectangle,” Boulder’s Black Neighborhood in the early days. This area was on Goss Street and the south side of Canyon (formerly Water street), has an important story to tell. Volunteer to help with this project!

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PRESERVATION AWARDS

It has been our pleasure to partner with the Carnegie Library For Local History for our summer Salon Series. This set of lectures is focused on a central theme and takes place at the Carnegie building with an intimate audience.

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ANNUAL REPORTS

It has been our pleasure to partner with the Carnegie Library For Local History for our summer Salon Series. This set of lectures is focused on a central theme and takes place at the Carnegie building with an intimate audience.

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EASEMENTS

It has been our pleasure to partner with the Carnegie Library For Local History for our summer Salon Series. This set of lectures is focused on a central theme and takes place at the Carnegie building with an intimate audience.

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CITY OF BOULDER LANDMARKS ORDINANCE

It has been our pleasure to partner with the Carnegie Library For Local History for our summer Salon Series. This set of lectures is focused on a central theme and takes place at the Carnegie building with an intimate audience.

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