[Our]story - Historic Preservation Month 2022

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May is National Historic Preservation Month and the Historic Preservation Advisory Board invites you to partake in its month long celebration!

This year’s theme is [Our] Story, a celebration of Bozeman's people, places, and culture. Throughout the month of May, the Historic Preservation Advisory Board and partners will host lectures, preservation awards, and tours about Bozeman's history. See key dates on the right to learn more and sign up for them. More events and details will be added as they get solidified.

Nominations for the 2022 Historic Preservation and Legacy Awards are open! See below to submit your nomination which are open until Saturday, April 30. The award ceremony will take place on Wednesday, May 25 at the Emerson. You can view past preservation award winners below as well.

We are also looking to our community to help tell stories of Bozeman's history and a more diverse narrative. See "Tell us your story" section below to participate!





May is National Historic Preservation Month and the Historic Preservation Advisory Board invites you to partake in its month long celebration!

This year’s theme is [Our] Story, a celebration of Bozeman's people, places, and culture. Throughout the month of May, the Historic Preservation Advisory Board and partners will host lectures, preservation awards, and tours about Bozeman's history. See key dates on the right to learn more and sign up for them. More events and details will be added as they get solidified.

Nominations for the 2022 Historic Preservation and Legacy Awards are open! See below to submit your nomination which are open until Saturday, April 30. The award ceremony will take place on Wednesday, May 25 at the Emerson. You can view past preservation award winners below as well.

We are also looking to our community to help tell stories of Bozeman's history and a more diverse narrative. See "Tell us your story" section below to participate!





  • 2022 Award Winners Announcement!

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    The Historic Preservation Advisory Board is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 Historic Preservation Awards. We thank everyone who submitted. Please join us in recognizing the winners at the Award Ceremony on Wednesday, May 25 at 7:00pm at the Emerson in the Weaver Room.

    Restoration/Rehabilitation (Residential) - This project recognizes an exceptional effort in the preservation of a structure that enhances its character and maximizes its distinct features.

    Jess Pope Residence, 208 Lindley Place Restoration/Rehabilitation (Commercial) - This project recognizes an exceptional effort in the preservation of a structure that enhances its character and maximizes its distinct features.Gallatin Laundry Building, 137 E. Babcock Preservation Legacy - This project recognizes commitment to preservation and withholding the legacy of Bozeman
    Samuel Lewis House, 308 S. Bozeman Adaptive Reuse - This project recognizes an exceptional effort in a creative example of adapting an existing building for a new use while maintaining its original character. Romney Hall, MSU CampusPreservation Stewardship- This recognizes a group that has a positive impact on historic preservation and honoring the history of our community. Mountain Time Arts, Teepees on Peets Hill

    Smart Growth Excellence- This project recognizes a significant addition to a building that promotes infill and also respects the nature and form of the structure.RSVP Motel, 510 N. 7th Avenue

    Landscape- This project recognizes enhancement to the landscaping that promotes sustainability techniques while respecting the context and history of the areaCannery District, 113 E. Oak

    Signage- This project recognizes the restoration of a historic sign.

    The Ellen Theater, 17 W. Main Street

    Cultural Heritage - This project recognizes the overlooked history of minority groups in Bozeman and how their voices and stories are respected and heightened.

    American Indian Hall, MSU Campus

  • Bogert Park Tour cancelled

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    The Bogert Park tour that was scheduled for May 5 from 6-7pm has been canceled. We apologize and thank you for your interest. See you at the other events!

  • Preservation Award nomination extended!

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    We have extended the Preservation Award nomination to Friday, April 29. The nomination form can be found here. Save the date for the Award Ceremony on Wednesday, May 25 at the Emerson Weaver Room.

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