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Littleton City Council Passes New Downtown Historic District

Post Date:10/29/2021

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The Littleton City Council voted 6-1 to create a Downtown Historic District for properties on Main Street and Alamo Avenue at its special meeting October 26. The new all-inclusive district includes 71 properties and replaces the opt-in Main Street Historic District adopted in 2005. Moving forward, structures within the district will be preserved under the city’s historic preservation program, ensuring that downtown’s historic character will be preserved. A variety of funding sources and tax credit programs at the state and federal levels are available to assist property owners with preservation projects.

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