Endangered Places Program Nomination Form

Nomination forms may be submitted electronically or by mail.  If submitting by mail please print this form and postmark by 5 pm August 16 Make sure you include required letters of support, historic and current photographs as well as a map with the location and other supporting documents.

Questions on the nomination process?  Contact Kim Grant, kgrant@coloradopreservation.org or 303.893.4260 x 222

Endangered Places Nomination Form 2020

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