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Historic Preservation Advisory Board
Ordinance 05-2021 - Creation of Historic Preservation Advisory Board
The Town of Erie Historic Preservation Advisory Board meets to discuss issues related to the preservation of historic structures, documents, and artifacts in Erie. The board reports to the Board of Trustees in an advisory capacity. Commissioners are appointed by the Board of Trustees in staggered four-year terms.
- 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted on the upcoming meetings and and events calendar
- Fourth Monday of each month
- Erie Town Hall Community Room
645 Holbrook St.
Erie, CO 80516
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting Agendas are available online no later than 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting. View posted agendas and approved minutes.
All members of the Historic Preservation Advisory Board are appointed as at large members by the Board of Trustees. The first four (4) members appointed to serve as initial members of the Board shall each be appointed for a four (4) year term. The next three (3) members appointed to serve as initial members of the Board shall each be appointed for a two (2) year term. If you are interested in serving on the Historic Preservation Advisory Board, please contact the Town Clerk's Office.
|Mike Turner, Chair||April 2024|
|Amy Wegner Kho, Secretary||Email||May 2026|
|Melanie Fuller||May 2026|
|Brittany Jones||Email||April 2024|
|Rachel Folger||Email||May 2026|
|Vacant, Vice Chair||April 2024|
|Ryan Kenward||May 2026|
|Dennis Buck, Staff Liaison||Email|
|Trustee Baer, Board Liaison||Email|
|Trustee Hoback, Alternate Board Liaison |
|Heidi Short, Volunteer Advisor|
For More Information
For more information, please Email the Town Clerk or call 303-926-2731.
Note: All board, commission, and ad hoc committee communications (written or electronic) are subject to CRS 24-72-201 through 24-72-206, the Open Records Act. Please understand that any communication you enter into with a member of the official board is considered an item of public record and must be made available by request under the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA). Information may include your name, email address, or other identifying information.