Fort Lupton is proud of its history and is fortunate to have many of its historic commercial and residential buildings still in existence today. Along Denver Avenue, which serves as the City's historic main street, there are many excellent examples of early 20th century commercial buildings. Additionally, there are a number residential blocks in the City that feature homes from the late 19th century and early 20th century. These historic properties are essential in helping us to remember and appreciate our past as we also look forward to the future.
Click on the following headings for more information on Fort Lupton's history and historic preservation.
The Historic Preservation Board meets on the first Thursday of the month. For more information on the Historic Preservation Board, please visit its Committee page.
There are many benefits to designating a historic property. For more information on listing your property on the Fort Lupton Designation Register, please visit our Historic Designation page.
For a number of resources on the history of Fort Lupton, and for more information on historic designation, please visit the Reports & Documents page.
The Fort Lupton City Museum is home to Fort Lupton's historic records and is a historic building in its own right. It is the former Fort Lupton Public Library and is included on the Fort Lupton Historic Tour.