Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)

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Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month 2019

May is Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month in Colorado! Click on link above or the image of the 2019 AHPM Poster on the right for more information!

2019 AHPM Poster

AHPM Poster 2019

Regular Meetings

Regular Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month in City Council Chambers (606 Manitou Avenue) at 6:00 PM.

Meetings are quasi-judicial and are open to the public. Please email ADA Coordinator Shelley Cobau if you need special assistance attending a meeting. You can also call 719-685-2605.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Commission Meeting Summary Agendas

Summary agendas are created by Staff in the days following a Public Hearing and are for informational purposes only. These summaries have not been reviewed or approved by the Commission. The intent of the summary agendas is to provide a snapshot of the Commission's activity during a given meeting. Formal minutes, once approved by the Commission, can be accessed using the Agendas and Minutes link above.

HPC Summary Agendas

Members

Commission Vacancies: 1 Alternate Member
Member Name Position Term Expiration
Lisette Casey Chair 03/31/2021
Bobby Jackson Vice Chair 03/31/2021
Ann Nichols Commissioner 03/31/2022
Joy Porter Commissioner 03/31/2021
Tammila Wright Commissioner 03/31/2020
Nick Bodor Commissioner 03/31/2021
Douglass Edmundson Commissioner 03/31/2022
Roger Armstrong Alternate Commissioner 03/31/2021
Neale Minch Alternate Commissioner 03/31/2022
Robert Todd City Council Liaison N/A
Michelle Anthony Staff Liaison N/A
Dylan Becker Staff Liaison N/A

Apply for Membership

The Commissioners, all appointed by City Council, include 7 regular members and up to 3 alternates. Commissioners serve a three (3) year term. They must be residents of Manitou Springs and cannot be City employees, City Council members, or relatives of either group. Applicants for appointment to the Commission should have an interest or training in fields closely related to historic preservation such as:

  • Archaeology/Cultural Resource Management
  • Architecture
  • Building Trades
  • History
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Law
  • Planning
  • Real Estate
  • And more!

To apply for an appointment, send an Application for Board Membership (PDF), a letter of interest, and a resume and/or statement of qualifications to the City Clerk.

HPC Submittal Schedules

Historic Subdistricts Map

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