Landmarks Board (LB) Projects
Boulder Survey of Historic Places: Potential Landmarks and Districts
Since 1977, the LB has sponsored historical surveys of the community to determine the location of individually significant resources and eligible historic districts. The surveys help the LB identify structures that may be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places and areas of the city that are eligible for local historic district designation and National Register Historic District listing.
Historical surveys conducted by the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks Department and Parks and Recreation Department have also begun to identify historic resources, archaeological sites, and significant features of the landscape, such as ditches on city-owned properties in the city and in the county.
The LB will continue to integrate historic preservation goals with the goals of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan. Among the highest-priority efforts, the LB has identified the following focuses for the coming years:
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