A Call for Volunteers
The Historic Preservation Commission, created in 2005, is responsible for promoting preservation education in the community, and has held one or more educational activities each year since 2006. Those activities include guided tours, period re-enactments, scavenger hunts, a commemoration, and public education meetings and workshops.
The Historic Preservation Commission consists of five members who are appointed by the Mayor for three-year terms. Two additional seats are filled by representatives from the city council and the city staff.
The Commission is also responsible for identifying, researching, and recording information about historic buildings, districts, structures, landscapes, objects, and archaeological sites.
If you or someone you know would be interested in serving on the commission please apply online on the city website, in-person at City Hall, or call (319) 653-6584 for more information!