No. In Park County, your property is yours to do with as you see fit as long as it meets the zoning, health, and building regulations of the County. Any artifacts found on your property belong to you. The Office Of Historic Preservation can help with interpreting them or show you how to donate them to a museum where they can be displayed, or you may want to keep or sell them. We request that if you do uncover artifacts, you let the proper people photograph them and confidentially record where they were found to better understand the history of Park County. The Director of the Office of Historic Preservation can help you with this. Call (719) 836-4298 for more information.
If you have a historic building or structure, you probably will want to take care of it and use it somehow. Park County values its history and the Director of the Office of Historic Preservation can help you find ways to properly care for your historic property, suggest possible grants to help pay for the work, and explain how to comply with rehabilitation standards that might qualify the work on your property for State and or national tax credits.