If you are interested in being a member of the Brighton Historic Preservation Commission, please click on the Vacancies tab in the left column and you will be redirected to a page with the requirements, vacancy information and application.
**The following sub-committees meeting schedules Grants Committee - meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month - 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at City Hall in the Eagle Conference Room on the 2nd Floor, 500 South 4th Avenue.
Events Committee - meets on the 1st Thursday of the month - 6:00 p.m. in the Historic Preservation Commission Office at Historic City Hall, 22 South 4th Avenue.
Historic Properties / Outreach Committee - meets on the 4th Thursday of the month - 6:00 p.m. in the Historic Preservation Commission Office at Historic City Hall, 22 South 4th Avenue.
Colorado's Most Endangered Places List
Brighton's treasured Great Western Sugar Company was placed on Colorado's Most Endangered Places List on February 4, 2016. For more information and to see other Colorado Endangered Places, click on the following link:
CALLING ALL HISTORY BUFFS - Brighton Historic Preservation Commission seeks volunteers
The Brighton Historic Preservation Commission (BHPC) has announced its newly developed volunteer program.
The program will begin Thursday, Nov. 6 and held every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. thereafter. Volunteers are not required to commit to the program in advance but instead encouraged to drop-in when their schedule permits.
Each volunteer will be asked to help organize, archive and scan historical documents.
“This is a unique opportunity to sort through the treasures of Brighton’s fascinating past,” said Aja Tibbs, Long Range and Historic Preservation Planner. “This is a great way to earn volunteer hours needed for school or to give back to your community.”
Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age. There is maximum of four volunteers per session.
For more information, contact Aja Tibbs at 303-655-2015.
The Brighton Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for:
reviewing resources designating historic sites and making decisions on alterations to historic sites
assisting owners of historic properties on physical or financial aspects of historic preservation
developing and assisting in public education programs focused on historic preservation
Property Designation If you are interested in designating your property, please fill out the application and questionnaire below and submit them to Aja Tibbs, Long Range / Historic Preservation Planner at the City of Brighton. Nomination Application Nomination Questionnaire The City of Brighton has 5 buildings that have been designated as a historic landmark. Some have been locally designated while others are even on the state and national registers. The buildings are: 1) First Presbyterian Church, 2) Brighton Armory, 3) Brighton High School, 4) The Bromley, Koizuma/Hishinuma Farm, and 5) Adams County Courthouse. See additional history on the properties by clicking on the link below.
Current Designated Properties Are there any properties that you would add to the list? What other historic structures are important to Brighton’s residents?
Contact For more information on the Brighton Historic Preservation Commission, please contact Sheryl Johnson at 303-655-2042.