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Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Historic preservation efforts do not take place without strong community support and broad public engagement. In Boulder, engagement and outreach occur mostly through the designation, design review, and demolition processes. Other ongoing outreach activities include events for Historic Preservation Month, a lecture series, recognition of Structures of Merit, and neighborhood meet & greets with historic district residents. 

The Landmarks Board has recently re-established a public outreach subcommittee dedicated to exploring ways to better engage the community about historic preservation issues. 


2018 Landmarks Board Film & Lecture Series 

Homes of Boulder's Early Black Citizens, presented by Dan Corson

Early in Boulder's history, the city's African American residents lived throughout the community. However, by the 1910s and 1920s, the Black community was concentrated in a segregated enclave known as the Little Rectangle. This presentation focuses ont heir homes in telling the story of this change. 

When:        Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Location:   Trinity Lutheran Church Chapel, 2200 Broadway, Boulder

Contact:     [email protected]

Homes of Boulder's Early Black Citizens, presented by Dan Corson

May is Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month!

Please join us in celebrating all this month with numerous events across Boulder County. Our Annual Awards Ceremony will be in May and will recognize people and groups who have made a contribution to archaeology and historic preservation in Boulder County. 

Calendar of Events 

  •         TBD

 

Contact Wendy Hall, [email protected] or Marcy Cameron, [email protected] with questions. 

 

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