The Historic Preservation Board is comprised of seven members and one alternate. Chairperson and Vice Chairperson are selected from within the Board by its members.
The Historic Preservation Board meets on the second Wednesday of the evening of each month to hold any scheduled public hearings or study sessions. These meeting take place in City Council Chambers, City Hall, 911 10th Street in Golden at 6:30 p.m.
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- Evaluate and determine the merits of sites for historic preservation designation.
- Conduct Certificate of Appropriateness Review for work on designated sites or districts.
- Preparing, or causing to be prepared, a comprehensive inventory of the essential structures, priority structures, and preservation areas within designated historic sites or districts.
- Increase public awareness of the value of historic, architectural and cultural preservation.
- Evaluate and comment on decisions by other public agencies affecting the physical development and land use patterns in or affecting designated historic sites.
- Make recommendation to the City Council regarding:
- The utilization of grants from Federal and State agencies, private groups, and individuals to promote the preservation of historic or architecturally significant structures in Golden.
- The acquisition of facade easements and the imposition of other restrictions for purposes of historic preservation.
- Property contracts for the purpose of historic preservation where private preservation is not feasible.
- Any other function which may be designated by resolution of the City Council.
As needed, each HPB member may serve as a liaison to at least one other Board, Commission, and/or Historic Preservation group, with the expectation of regular attendance at their respective meetings. Responsibilities as a point of contact or as a member of a subcommittee may include forming a team, making contacts with entities or individuals outside of HPB, facilitating meetings or discussions, writing memos or guidelines, and some project management skills.