Please refer to the Commission calendar as locations and dates may change. Meetings will be held in person.
1st Monday of each month
City Hall 101 West 8th Street City Council Chambers Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Grant Stevens Appointed: Alternate (to fill) 05/2021, 02/2022 Term Expires: 04/2025
Katherine Proctor Appointed: 05/2022 Term Expires: 04/2025
Melissa Jones Appointed: 06/2022 (to fill) Term Expires: 04/2024
Carolyn Cipperly Appointed: 10/2020 Term Expires: 04/2023
Deborah Williams Appointed: 02/2017, 04/2020 Term Expires: 04/2023
James Larson Appointed: 03/2022 (to fill) Term Expires: 04/2023
Marianne Ackerman Appointed: 03/2022 (to fill) Term Expires: 04/2023
VACANT Appointed: (to fill) Term Expires: 04/2024
Composition of the Historic Preservation Commission
Seven (7) citizens, at least six (6) who are residents of the City and one (1) who may reside outside of the City but within the 81601 zip code area or own real property or a business with in the City.
Powers and Duties of the Historic Preservation Commission
(as defined in Title 020 of the Glenwood Springs Municipal Code); (I) Powers and Duties of Historic Preservation Commission.
The powers and duties of the Historic Preservation Commission shall be:
To recommend to City Council methods for the protection and preservation of the City's historic and cultural heritage, including, but not limited to, the designation of historic landmarks and districts by appropriate regulations.
To recommend to City Council methods for enhancing property values and the stabilization of historic neighborhoods.
To recommend to City Council methods for increasing economic and financial benefits, including, but not limited to, City attractions.
To provide educational opportunities to increase public appreciation of the City's unique heritage.
To do any other tasks related to the historic preservation of resources in the community of Glenwood Springs.