2. Colorado State Tax Credit Information
If your home is located in The Old North End National Register Historic District or the North Weber-Wahsatch National Register Historic District and you are planning a restoration or rehabilitation project, the State Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (OAHP) administers and provides guidance on available tax credits. Several resources are available under the Preservation Tax Credits section at that site including the following two key documents:
Colorado Historic Preservation Tax Credit Information This document provides need-to-know information regarding eligibility, allowable costs, procedures, fees and FAQs.
Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation A one page document describing the required standards for rehabilitation.
Historic Preservation Tax Credit Workshop – Held May 14, 2016 at First Lutheran Church – 1515 N. Cascade Ave. The below recap is from a 2016 workshop, but the tax credit terms and conditions referenced are expected to be applicable until the end of 2019. (Note: changes to federal tax law may affect historic tax credits.) This workshop included the following topics and a PDF file is linked for each:
- Overview of the tax credit program – Joseph Saldibar – Manager of Architectural Services – History Colorado
- Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation – Joseph Salidibar
- Tax Credit Case History – Vic Appugliese
- Site visit information – Vic Appugliese
- Introduction and Closing Slides – Chuck Martin
Return to Historic Neighborhood Guidance
Rev4 May 2016