This page contains National Register of Historic Areas, Parks, Brick Streets and other areas of historic significance.
— National Register of Historic Places: As of May 16, 2019, there were 49 places in Boone County listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Registered places include houses and areas. Note, despite widespread belief, having a property listed on the NRHP does not entail any regulations, requirements or protections — unless a property owner chooses to access a special loan or tax credit program. If a property owner uses special loan or tax credit program, then the property owner may be required to meet certain stipulations in terms of renovations or demolition.
300-900 W. Broadway NRHP. The properties in this area date from 1902-1953. These houses form an “impressive residential gateway to downtown Columbia,” according to A Sept. 17, 2017 Columbia Historic Preservation Commission report by Deb Sheals. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.
Parks — Cosmo Park was named to the Most Notable Properties List in 2011. Learn more about the park here.
Brick streets — Columbia’s brick streets were given notable status by the City of Columbia in 2010. Learn more here.