Help preserve our historyfor future generations.
An organization for all who love this place! Learn how together we can protect and preserve the best of the past for the future. We are a city of Olympian-size ideals, deserving of balanced beauty – both natural and throughout our built environment – and respect for our unique heritage.
Whether you are the owner or occupant of a historic building, a person who values cultural landscapes and archaeological sites, or are a citizen or visitor who appreciates and desires to maintain our historic beauty, we invite you to become a member of this alliance of citizens who care about Colorado Springs, its past and its future. Members receive a membership card that provides FREE admission to all regular HPA meetings, seminars and our celebrated and fascinating Summer Tours. Members also receive invitations to special members-only activities and the Annual Historic Preservation Awards Gala. You may join at any time, online or by mailing a check. Annual renewals for existing members occur quarterly.
Interested in learning more about The Historic Preservation Alliance? Curious about our Summer Tours or Winter Lectures? Thinking you would like to become a member but would like to see what it offers and would like to see the annual meeting for more info? Watch different videos below and if you would like to see our evergrowing library, then click this link to see our archive!
General Palmer And Queen Palmer
In honor of the visionary leader, and his wife, who founded Colorado Springs.
Winifield Scott Stratton
In honor of the generous man who dared to dream, a skilled carpenter turned millionaire and philanthropist.
Helen Hunt Jackson
In honor of an extraordinary author and woman who throughout her life supported preservation, conservation, and human rights.
In honor of a talented and dedicated architect, whose buildings grace the historic landscape of Colorado Springs, including City Auditorium, City Hall, and Pauline Chapel.
Alice Beemis Taylor
In honor of a woman whose generosity resulted in the Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs Day Nursery, Grace Episcopal Church, and La Foret, her Black Forest home, and more.
Full-time high school or college student who has an interest in our local history and architecture
HPA wrapped up another Summer Tour production, including Union Printer’s who stole the show with over 200 guests!
Become a member! We have options for all levels. Most tours are free to members no matter what the membership level!
We advocate to preserve and protect the historic places in our community! Your participation strengthens our voice!