Historic Preservation Board

Board Overview

The purpose of the Historic Preservation Board is to protect and preserve the city’s historic and cultural heritage as embodied in designated historic landmarks and districts by appropriate regulations.

The board reviews nominations to the Durango Historic Register, reviews alterations to historic structures, provides help to property owners with historic structures, develops programs to enhance historic preservation in the city, and provides public education. If you have a question or a comment for this board, please fill out this form.

At a Glance

Established byOrdinance 0-1990-10, Section 5-4 of City Code
Number on BoardSeven and one alternate
Length of TermThree years
City Council LiaisonNone
Regular Meeting TimeFourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm
Regular Meeting LocationCity Hall Council Chambers

Special Requirements

Membership guidelines state at least 40% of commission members shall be professionals in preservation-related disciplines, such as architecture, landscape architecture, architectural history, archaeology, history, planning, American studies, American civilization, cultural geography, or cultural anthropology.

Current Members

NameAppointedTerm ExpiresTerm #
Karen Anesi, AlternateApril 2018Jan. 20211
Andrew CarrollFeb. 2019Jan. 20221
Judi Mora
Feb. 2019
Jan. 2022
Megan ReidFeb. 2019Jan. 20221
Judith Reynolds
May 2018
Jan. 2021
Tracy ReynoldsFeb. 2020Jan. 20231
James Rothwell, Vice ChairFeb. 2020Jan. 20232
Craig Struble
Feb. 2020
Jan. 2023
Vicki Vandegrift, Staff LiaisonN/AN/AN/A