Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs.
We are all experiencing global challenges unlike any in our history, elevating the need for daily community connections and a stronger appreciation for our heritage more than ever before.
You are invited to celebrate our City’s Sequicentennial throughout 2021 as we honor 150 years of heritage that has developed who we are today. Get engaged, plant one or more trees, learn about our fascinating history, become a member of the HPA and remain engaged throughout the year as we embrace many inspiring educational events and fun opportunities scheduled throughout this year.
Please know that the Board of Directors of the HPA is working hard, every day (sometimes quietly) to protect and preserve our beloved and irreplaceable historic places and spaces. Your support is deeply appreciated and needed now, as always. Please check with us often as events, news and alerts are always changing. Thank you.
Our member-supported nonprofit organization has grown over 22 years since our launch in 1999 to become the leading voice for historic preservation in the Pikes Peak region through advocacy, education, events and strategic alliances. We work with property owners, neighborhoods, organizations and municipal government to protect, preserve, promote and celebrate the historic places that define our stunning community at the foot of Pikes Peak, continually ranked as one of the best places to live. And this year our theme is Preservation by the People, honoring the personal efforts by so many to protect and steward our heritage. Discover our story here…
Join us! Become engaged. 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.
We are the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs
an organization for all who love this place.
What’s Happening at HPA?
We are currently working on several projects in our community, including ramping up our outreach and education/training offerings about historic preservation.