Originally posted by Tanya Andreasen, City of Bozeman Neighborhood Coordinator
The Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District (NCOD) is an overlay district created in 1991. Its purpose is to stimulate the restoration and rehabilitation of structures, and all other elements contributing to the character and fabric of established residential neighborhoods and commercial or industrial areas. The NCOD contains 8 of Bozeman’s National Register Historic Districts and all 45 Individually Listed Properties on the National Register of Historic Places. The intent of this project is to evaluate and explore potential alternatives to the NCOD and a restructure of the existing preservation program to better meet today’s community needs as the result of rapid change since the NCOD was first created.
Click on the individual events below for more information on how to participate in various events next week. Also, see https://www.bozeman.net/city-projects/ncod-review for a list of events and other information about the NCOD review process. NOTE THAT SOME EVENTS ASK YOU TO PRE-REGISTER (e.g. the historic walking tours).
Comprehensive Review of Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District and Historic Preservation Program