Kalamazoo Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)
General DescriptionThis body advises the City Commission on historic preservation issues including the establishment of historic districts and landmarks and the nomination of such districts and landmarks to the National Register of Historic Places and the state register. The HPC encourages and promotes historic preservation through publications, education, the collection of historical materials, and the identification of historical resources which warrant preservation.
Meeting Times and Contact Information
Last updated on Friday, December 23, 2016
Becoming a Member
Residency Requirements: Code of Ordinances Sec. 2-80 specifies, �Under special circumstances, the Commission may recommend to the City Commission the appointment of non-resident members. A majority of the members shall be city residents.�
Appointment Process: Ultimately the City Commission must approve the appointments of all board and commission members. When the City Clerk's Office receives an application, we send copies to the staff liaison and chair of board(s) listed on the application. The individual boards and commissions must recommend nominees for appointment, and each board has their own processes and procedures for considering applications. The timetable for this process depends on the number of vacancies on a particular board, and the extent of a board's nominating procedure. Questions about the status of a Board and Commission Application should be directed to the staff liaison(s) for the appropriate board(s).
Agendas, Minutes, and Other Important Documents
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