The mission of the Historic Longmont Foundation is to enhance, elevate and promote the preservation of the Longmont area historical, architectural, visual and environmental heritage through advocacy, education, intervention, and alliance building.

Historic Longmont is actively engaged in a variety of preservation programs, including identifying landmark properties, and educating the community about preservation.

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The Historic Westside Neighborhood Association invites the public to the 9th Annual Historic Home, Art and Gift Tour, 10 AM to 4 PM, Saturday, November 9th. Longmont and the West Side Neighborhood have a rich history, diverse architecture, and enormous home-grown artistic talent, come celebrate our community!
See the work of local artists in five area homes: 

  • 353 Grant St.
  • 416 Bowen St.
  • 328 Pratt St.
  • 920 3rd Ave.
  • 522 Pratt St.

Purchase tickets at any of these participating homes for $10.00 on the day of event. Learn about the history of Longmont and the people that founded the Chicago-Colorado Colony. 

Proceeds from the event benefit Crossroads School.  The mission of Crossroads School is to assist families in equipping students to reach their individual potential. Crossroads is committed to offering an environment that provides for growth and responsibility by creating individualized strategies for every student. Crossroads School is a local Longmont charity, their website is:

More information about the home tour information can be found at


Each era of Longmont expresses its own set of cultural and social circumstances.  This presentation (more…) by Architect Leonard T. Segel of SLATERPAULL Architects builds the case for historic preservation of Mid Century Modern Architecture in Longmont. 


The Shuey - Brownewell House, built in 1921, at 508 Terry Street is being relocated to Prospect (see more).


Volunteers are needed! –Sandstone Ranch is currently seeking Visitor Center hosts--this is a great opportunity to learn about local wildlife and history, meet people from the community, and enjoy spending time in a beautiful location. Call 303-774-4692 for information, or e-mail  For more information, see