Historical Commission

  • 7 p.m. or 8 p.m.
  • Fourth Thursday of each month
  • City Hall Oak Room
    3rd Floor
    East Wing
    300 Park Ave.
Note: Except in November when the meeting is held on the Third Thursday of the month because the regular meeting date is a holiday.) The Historical Commission shares a meeting date with the Historic Architectural Review Borad (HARB) and both groups alternate between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. start times.

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The five member Commission is appointed by the City Council for three-year terms. There is one vacancy.
  • Ronald D Anzalone
  • Kelli Edwards
  • Edwin B. Henderson II
  • Dennis R. Warner
Staff Liaison:
City Council Liaison:
Provides information and advice on historical matters for the city government, develops criteria for the identification of historic buildings and sites, and makes recommendations on recognizing and preserving such structures and sites. The Commission identifies, collects, preserves, and displays the evidence and records of the city's history, and recommends measures for preserving city publications, displays and other materials of historic interest. It also proposes programs and projects involving city history. The Historical Commission advises the City Council, the City Manager, the Planning Commission, the Architectural Advisory Board, and other officials and bodies.