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Historic Eastside Architectural Survey

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Longmont has two National Historic Districts:

  • The Eastside Historic District is generally located between Fourth and Eighth avenues between Kimbark and Atwood streets.
  • The Westside Historic District is located between Third and Fifth avenues between Terry and Grant streets.

Currently there are no locally designated historic districts in Longmont. Architectural and Context Surveys play an important role in developing the information necessary to not only create districts but for property owners, residents and local officials to make solid decisions about the future of an area.

The Historic Eastside Architectural Survey began in 2001 with the survey of 120 homes between Fourth and Eighth avenues along Kimbark and Emery streets. These homes were surveyed to determine how many historic and potentially historic properties were located in the neighborhood. Determining the historic assets in a neighborhood or area of a city is the first step towards actively preserving that area. It is with this goal that the Longmont Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) continues to approach the Colorado Historical Society for grants to continue the surveying of historic neighborhoods. Since 2001, Longmont has been successful in receiving two grants from the Certified Local Governments Program of the Colorado Historical society. These grants have allowed Longmont to survey more than 360 properties.

Below are document folders containing the results of the Historic Eastside Architectural Survey, listed alphabetically by street.  Each subfolder contains survey summaries for each property and photos in PDF form, when available.

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