All exterior changes to landmarked properties and those located in a historic district require review and approval through a Landmark Alteration Certificate, so we need you to complete the application form (see below).
The following is an outline of the process for the application:
Landmark Alteration Certificate (LAC) applications for exterior work on a property in a historic district or locally landmarked
- Send a completed LAC application to PDSskipatrip@bouldercolorado.gov. Save the files as a PDF and follow the naming convention LACapp_Address_Date (i.e. LACapp_1739Broadway_4-30-2020). Put HISTORIC PRESERVATION in the subject line.
- We will create a case and email you (this takes 5 – 7 days).
- You will log in through the Customer Self-Service (CSS) Portal to upload any additional files we need for review in PDF format. The files must be PDF and not rotated (meaning the top of the page is at the top of the screen).
- If you need help uploading materials, naming them, or saving as PDF, please email email@example.com for assistance.
- Your application will then be reviewed by staff and scheduled for a Landmarks Design Review Committee Meeting or Landmarks Board Meeting if required.
The work will need to follow the General Design Guidelines for Historic Districts and Individual Landmarks and the Historic District Guidelines.
There are three levels of review depending on the scope – staff, the Landmarks Design Review Committee (LDRC) and the Landmarks Board. The initial review (staff or LDRC) usually occurs within 14 days after a complete application is received. Most cases are reviewed by the LDRC, which is currently meeting via video call each Wednesday morning. Please note that the deadline for the LDRC has changed and is now the previous Wednesday (end of business), however this does not guarantee that your application will be seen by the LDRC the following week.
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