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Historic Landmark Board

Broomfield Heights Filing No. 1 Residents

There will be an additional meeting for Broomfield Heights Filing No. 1 residents (due to the weather on Thursday, February 26). The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 19, 2015, at the Lakeshore Room at the Broomfield Community Center where discussion will occur on the possible undertaking of a Historical and Architectural Survey of Broomfield Heights Filing No. 1.  The format of the March 19 meeting will be the same as the February 26 meeting.  Historical and Architectural Surveys are frequently done throughout the state and this brochure may answer some of your questions.  You may also contact John Hilgers at 303.438.6340.

A copy of the mailing for the March 19, 2015, community meeting (letter) can be viewed here and also available is the meeting summary from the February 26 community meeting.




Meetings

  • 6:30 p.m.
  • Quarterly or monthly, as needed

Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 
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Members 
Seven resident members serving four year overlapping terms and one alternate member serving a one year term.

Purpose
The purpose of the Historic Landmark Board is to:
  • Propose criteria for review of historic resources
  • Review properties nominated for designation and make recommendations
  • Advise and assist owners of historic properties
  • Develop and assist in public education programs
  • Review applications and issue certificates of historic appropriateness
  • Pursue financial assistance for preservation and history-related programs
  • Maintain records and files
  • Develop a checklist of activities required for receiving a historical landmark tax rebate
  • Identify and implement other incentives for owners of historic properties
  • Issue certificates of recognition and authorize plaques for historical landmarks
  • Foster civic pride and awareness of Broomfield’s unique heritage