Historical Preservation Committee

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  • 3:30 pm
  • First Tuesday of every month
  • City Hall
    220 W South Avenue
    First Floor Conference Room
    Woodland Park, CO 80863

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Laurie Glauth, Chairperson
    Term expires January 1, 2026
  • Larry Black, Vice-Chairperson and Ute Pass Historical Society Representative
    Term expires January 1, 2025
  • Linda Allred
    Term expires January 1, 2025
  • David Langley
    Term expires January 1, 2026
  • Eric Simonsen
    Term expires January 1, 2026
  • David Ott, City Council Liaison


The City Council of the City of Woodland Park is accepting applications from persons who are interested in serving as a member of the City’s Historical Preservation Committee.  Interested applicants must meet the requirements for the opening; must be at least eighteen years old; a City resident for not less than one year and possess qualifications that are compatible with the Board’s purpose and authority. Applicants must be available to meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 3:30 PM in person or virtually. 

Application forms are available here or at the City Clerk’s office in City Hall, 220 West South Avenue in Woodland Park. Completed applications must be submitted to the City Clerk’s office and may be delivered via email to sleclercq@city-woodlandpark.org; or delivered by mail to the City Clerk at PO Box 9007, Woodland Park, CO 80866. 


The role of the Historical Preservation Committee is to review nominations for local historic landmarks and make recommendations to the City Council. Once a structure is locally landmarked, the Committee also reviews proposals for moving, exterior remodeling and/or demolition. In addition, the Committee conducts historical surveys and assists with public education programs about local history.

The board consists of five citizen-members who are appointed to 2-year terms. At least one member must also be a Ute Pass Historical Society Board Member or designee. This board may also include one member of the City Council, one member of the Planning Commission, and one youth member.

Colorado's Historic Preservation Tax Credits

In July 2015, the state of Colorado offered a new tax credit for the rehabilitation of qualified historic buildings. This credit expands and improves upon the original rehabilitation tax credit that has been on the books since 1990. Colorado Tax Credits Brochure


View reports from the Historical Preservation Committee.