The Historic Preservation Commission consists of a seven member volunteer commission of city residents that are appointed by City Council
, each to a four year term. The Commission is comprised of both professional and lay members who have an interest or training in fields closely related to historic preservation.
- Jay Maytin, Chair
- Nora Berko
- Willis Pember, Vice-chair
- Sallie Golden
- Patrick Sagal
- John Whipple
- James DeFrancia, alternate
Historic Preservation Commission Reviews:
Similar to the Planning and Zoning Commission
, the HPC makes recommendations to City Council on the historic designation of districts and individual properties, as well as reviews and approves certain applications associated with a designated property.
The Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for overseeing and approving any repairs, development and other significant changes to historic properties.
The Historic Preservation Commission typically holds their official meetings on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday
of every month. To find exact dates of upcoming meetings, visit the Calendar & Events
page on AspenPitkin.com. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Agendas and Scheduling a Public Hearing:
HPC agendas are typically full for months in advance. If your project
requires HPC review and approval, be sure to factor this into your project
The City planner working on your project will schedule
your public hearing for the earliest available date and will notify you
of your review date and estimated time. You will then be responsible for
completing public notice requirements.
You can check upcoming meeting agendas online on the City Clerk's Meeting and Agenda's Page