History Colorado just announced that the Broomfield Depot, which houses the Broomfield Depot Museum, was listed in the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties.
The Colorado State Register of Historic Properties is the official list of Colorado's cultural resources worthy of preservation. The program is administered by the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (OAHP) at the History Colorado. OAHP assists property owners in listing Colorado’s most historically and architecturally significant buildings, structures, sites and districts. The State Register currently contains over 1,800 properties. Properties listed in the State Register may be eligible for investment tax credits or for grants from the State Historical Fund (SHF), another program of the History Colorado. OAHP staff is available to assist with the initial assessments of eligibility and to provide guidance in the completion of State Register nominations. For more information about the register see http://www.historycolorado.org/oahp/colorado-state-register-historic-properties
Click here to see the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties Nomination form