Current Issues2024-04-29T15:32:09-06:00

Current Issues & Advocacy

Historic Denver, Inc. works with neighborhoods, City Council members, property owners and other interested parties to ensure the preservation of historic places and spaces in the Denver area.  Our advocacy takes many forms. Learn more about preservation in Denver today.


Historic Denver News

Catch up on our Current Advocacy Issues, new and fresh ideas coming out of the Preservation world, and learn all about what Historic Denver and the Molly Brown House are up to.

Winter 2024:

Peace and Longevity at New Colorado Landmark

Fall 2023:

Colfax: The Long History of a ‘Wicked’ Street

Summer 2023:

How the 1893 World’s Fair Changed Denver

Spring 2023:

Municipal Elections Special Section

Winter 2023:

The Legacy of Keyes vs. School District 1

Fall 2022:

A Lifetime of Legacy for 2022 Award Winners

Summer 2022:

Exploring Preservation Action in Old Elyria

Spring 2022:

Queer Spaces in Denver 1870-1980

Winter 2022:

Hidden History, Denver’s Angel of Charity, Julia Greeley

Fall 2021:

51st Annual Dinner and Awards

Summer issue 2021: 50 Actions for 50 Places announced

Summer 2021:

50 Actions for 50 Places Announced

Spring 2021:

50 Actions for 50 Places Campaign

Winter 2021:

La Alma Lincoln Park Historic Cultural District

Fall 2020:

Change in Store for Former Colorado Woman’s College Campus

Summer 2021 Issue: 50 Actions for 50 Places announced

Summer 2020:

Historic Sites Still Tell the Suffragists’ Stories

Spring 2020:

Discovering Hidden Stories of the Medical Pioneers of the Past

Winter 2020:

“Wild With Joy!:” Bold Effort by Colorado Women Paved the Way for National Suffrage

Fall 2019:

PastForward: The Future of Preservation

Summer 2019:

Art as a Tool of Change: Monumental Murals Tell the Story of Denver’s Chicano History

Spring 2019:

Why Historic Places Still Matter

Winter 2019:

Double the Benefit: Local Projects Match Preservation & Affordable Housing

Fall 2018:

Investing in Action for the Places You Love: Historic Denver’s Capital Campaign Wraps Up

Summer 2018: ADUs: A Historic Form Making a Comeback in Denver

Spring 2018: Focus on Larimer Square – Again

Winter 2018: Jacques Benedict, Denver Architect

Fall 2017: Your Brain On Buildings

Summer 2017: Loretto Heights — 126 Years of History Now Looking to the Future”

Spring 2017: Planning for the “People’s Park”

Winter 2017: Tools for Taming Tears Downs

Fall 2016: Denver’s Mountain Parks Foundation Kicks Off Capital Campaign

Summer 2016: Preserving A Vision, Planning for the Future

Spring 2016: Krisana Park Moving Forward With Conservation Overlay

Winter 2016: A New Chapter Opens For Burnham Yards

Fall 2015: Investing in Action for the Places You Love

Summer 2015: Happy Birthday Historic Denver!

Spring 2015: Historic Denver’s 2015 City Council Candidate Questionnaire

Winter 2015: A Jewel Shines in Berkeley

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