Establishes procedural and substantive rules for obtaining the necessary approval to develop land and construct buildings and structures.
Section 3.5.1 of the Land Use Code ensures that:
The Landmark Preservation Commission members are knowledgeable in the practice of preserving our community's historic resources including sites, buildings, structures, objects and districts. Their primary functions are the local landmark designation of historic buildings and the review and approval of plans for exterior changes to these structures.
This Municipal Code establishes procedural and substantive rules for governing the historic resources of the City of Fort Collins. In Chapter 14 you will find:
The Secretary of the Interior Standards were developed to help protect our nation's irreplaceable cultural resources by promoting consistent preservation practices. The City of Fort Collins uses the Secretary of Interior Standards as criteria for review of Fort Collins Landmarks.
The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties are common sense principles in non-technical language and are used by many communities across the nation as objective criteria to base preservation decisions upon.