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 5 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.
This board meets on the first Monday of each month at 3:30 p.m. in the First Floor Conference Room in City Hall.
Laurie Glauth, Chair
Larry Black – Vice Chair and UPHS Rep.
Carrol Harvey – City Council Liaison
Please contact Planning Director Sally Riley at 687-5202 for more information.
Historic Preservation Committee Documents