Renovations and Restorations
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In-depth information from the City of Colorado Springs website about Historic Preservation
Design Standards are used to help determine an approval for a “Report of Acceptability” from the City’s Historic Preservation Board. (Please note: the City’s Historic Preservation Board evaluates design only.) These standards are informed by the North End Historic District Design Guidelines and are in conformance with the Secretary of the Interior Standards.
For further information about Overlay Zoning, approval for a “Report of Acceptability” and administrative approvals:
City Contact for Historic Preservation is William Gray, Senior Planner, Land Use Review Division, Planning and Community Development.
Tax Credits: Property within either the Old North End or North Weber/Wahsatch National Register Historic districts may qualify for state tax credits for rehabilitation work performed. The information needed to apply for these credits are outlined at History Colorado: www.historycolorado.org/preservation-tax-credits
Contact Joseph Saldibar at History Colorado’s Office of Preservation and Archaeology,
(303) 866-3741; firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.