The City of Brighton has been recognized by the State Historic Fund with the 2018 Stephen H Hart Award for historic preservation for the City’s preservation work on the Bromley Koizuma-Hishinuma Farm. The award will be presented Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 at the History Colorado Center.
History Colorado began presenting the Stephen H. Hart Awards in 1986 to recognize outstanding projects and individual achievements in archaeology and historic preservation throughout Colorado. Stephen H. Hart was Colorado’s first State Historic Preservation Officer.
From this select group of awardees, one exceptional project is chosen every year to receive the Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation. First presented in 2003, the Governor’s Award recognizes a project or person that exemplifies the best in historic preservation, in honoring historic design and craftsmanship, and in adhering to proper preservation techniques and ethics.
To learn more about the Award, please contact Gary Wardle at 303-655-2135 or email@example.com.