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Downtown Longmont Historic District

Period of Significance: 1879-1967

Areas of Significance: Commerce & Social History

Make Up: 83 Buildings, 69 contributing; 17 Local Landmarks; 4 Individual National Landmarks

Designation of National Historic District and Listing on the National Register provides formal recognition of the District’s historical, architectural, or archeological significance based on national standards.  Having a district can help build Community Pride and provide additional tools for planning, economic development and tourism while minimizing the restrictions placed on the property owners.  It also provides financial incentives to property owners of Contributing Buildings through tax credits and grant opportunities. 

View National Historic District Map as .pdf
View list of contributing buildings
See overview of tax credits brochure
Historic Preservation Tax Extended

To apply for a tax credit or to find out more, visit the History Colorado website.

History Colorado Website