. heritage designations
City of Calgary
Historic Resource Evaluation System
"Category A" includes sites or buildings that have achieved an overall score between 75 and 100 points. "Category A" sites or buildings are notable, unique, or rare. No alternate replacement building on the site is recommended and additions should be undertaken in accordance with standards outlined in the Parks Canada Standards and Guidlines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada.
All "Category A" buildings ans sites are worthy of consideration for designation under the Historical Resources Act. The Calgary Heritage Authority shall make recommendations on designation under the Act on a case-by-case basis and in accordance with Council-approved policy.
"Category B" includes sites or buildings that have achieved an overall score between 60 and 74 points. "Category B" sites and buildings are very significant in certain respects. Additions or alterations should be undertaken in accordance with standards outlined in the Parks Canada Standards and Guidlines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada.
All buildings an sites in "Category B" are worthy of consideration for designation under the Historical Resource Act. Recommendations on designation under the Historical Resource Act shall be made by the Calgary Heritage Authority on a case-by-case basis and in accordance with Council-approved policy.
"Category C" includes sites or buildings that have achived an overall score between 25 and 59 points. Strategies with respect to "Category C" sites or buildings should be decided in response to the significant aspects of the site.
Municipal Heritage Partnership Program
Province of Alberta
Government of Canada
Registered charity since 1973 with the government of Canada.
Criteria of Significance
To be listed on "Calgary's Inventory of Evaluated Historic Resources" a resource will meet one or more of the following criteria:
Activity, Institution, Peopson/People, Style, Design, Construction, Landmark, Symbolic Value.
Criteria of Integrity
The aspects of integrity that are relevant to the resource's assessment are those that are linked closely to the resource's significance and it's character defining elements. Aresource does not have to meet all integrity criteria. Rather it must only meet sufficient integrity to be able to convey it's significance.
Location, Design, Environment, Materials, Workmanship, Association.