Agenda packets are generally available the Friday before the Heritage Preservation Commission meeting. Meeting minutes can be found in the next month's meeting packet.
|David Schultz||Board Member||March 1, 2021||Email David Schultz|
|David Pascoe||Board Member||March 1, 2021||Email David Pascoe|
|Tim Guerre||Board Member||March 1, 2022||Email Tim Guerre|
|Sandra Kelley||Board Member||March 1, 2023||Email Sandra Kelley|
|Samantha Peterson||Board Member||March 1, 2023||Email Samantha Peterson|
|Gregg Witt||1st Alternate||March 1, 2022||Email Gregg Witt|
Preserving significant parts of our past gives us a sense of our "roots," and helps us remember where we came from and see where we want to go.
Not everything should be preserved. Just because a building or district is old doesn't mean it should be saved. To be considered for designation, a building or district must represent and reflect elements of the City's culture, social, economic, religious, political, architectural, or aesthetic heritage.
Please note that if you have a home in the "Historic Downtown" area of Carver, you are required to receive approval from the Heritage Preservation Commission for exterior alterations or landscaping.