Standing Committees of the Pueblo Historic Preservation Commission
These committees will help the Pueblo Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) with important topics that drive historic preservation in our Pueblo community. These topics are Preservation Planning, Standards of Appropriateness (for Design Review), and Education about Historic Preservation
Pueblo’s unique and historic character matters to Colorado
About the HPC Committees
Who are members of the HPC Committees?
Interested persons (who reside or have resided in the City or County of Pueblo, Colorado) can apply to be members of the committees. Applicants should detail how they would like to support historic preservation in Pueblo. Specifically, the HPC would consider how an applicant’s knowledge, abilities, skills, and other characteristics could support the purpose of the Historic Preservation Code. (For details, see Pueblo Municipal Code, Section 4-14-2.)
One of the HPC’s goal, in selecting committee members, is to listen to diverse and balanced viewpoints from people representing a variety of organizations in Pueblo. This is why we refer to them as stakeholder members.
When and how will committees meet?
Stakeholder members will work with members of the HPC and the City staff person to the HPC. Committees will meet at least four times a year. They will have some flexibility with how they meet, in person, phone, teleconference, and/or e-mail. This is because the committees make recommendations to the HPC, and official decisions are made at regular, public meetings of the HPC.
The HPC bylaws govern the HPC Committees.
How to apply
If you or someone you know would like to volunteer for one or more of the committees, please apply online:
Questions and comments about HPC Committees are welcome to:
The Pueblo Historic Preservation Commission Office
211 East D Street
Pueblo CO 81003
Learn more about the Historic Preservation Commission at http://www.pueblo.us/HPC