Current Projects

Update to the Rules of Practice

The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board has adopted their updated Rules of Practice.

In general, the Rules of Practice were amended to clarify such things as vacancies, meeting dates and times, officers' responsibilities, and electronic communication; and in general, to match and better align with City Code. Previous Chapters 8 and 9 were combined to make one complete chapter regarding designation of national and local historic buildings, districts, sites, structures, and objects.

The adopted Rules of Practice can be found here.

Capitol North Historic District Expansion

This project has been awarded to Terracon Consulting. They have done the preliminary survey work and are now in the research phase. If you are a home owner in the proposed expansion boundary, and have historic information to share, please send it to Stephanie Lowe, slowe@cheyennecity.org, 307-637-6305, or 2101 O'Neil Avenue, Room 205, Cheyenne, WY 82001.

The proposed boundary expansion can be found here.

A public meeting was held on September 11, 2018 to discuss the early findings of the consultant. The draft Contributing List can be found here

Downtown Cheyenne Historic District Update
The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board has received and is proud to release the final report for the Downtown Cheyenne Historic District Update.


For more information about the update or the Downtown Cheyenne Historic District please contact Stephanie Lowe in the Development Office, slowe@cheyennecity.org, 307-637-6305.

Capitol North Historic District
The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board has received and is proud to release the final report regarding the update to the Capitol North Historic District.

Final Report

For more information about the update or the Capitol North Historic District please contact Stephanie Lowe in the Development Office, slowe@cheyennecity.org, 307-637-6305.

Strategic Plan
The Board met on Saturday, January 19, from 9 am to 1 pm to update the working strategic plan for 2019. This meeting was held at the Historic Governors' Mansion Carriage House, 300 E 21st Street and was open to the public.