Historic Preservation connects us to our heritage, enabling us to learn from and appreciate the stories and context of our past. Preserving our historic resources differentiates us as a community and contributes to our long-term cultural awareness and sustainability.
The City of Aspen has engaged in preservation since the early 1970s and was one of the first communities in the state to formally address this issue.
The Community Development Department will provide service to the public through employees working remotely until further notice. Meetings may be conducted through various virtual meeting formats.
Builder and Planner of the Day email and voicemail accounts will be monitored throughout each business day. Timely responses should be expected as time and volume permits.
Please use the Salesforce customer portal for: permitting, building permit applications, inspections, and other community development services. Meetings must be scheduled in advance via the Planner or Builder of the Day phone/email or directly with the staff with whom you’ve been working. Land use applications can be submitted electronically directly to the planner with whom you’ve been working. Payments can be made through Salesforce, by mail or appointment if no alternative is available.