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Peoria Historic Preservation

What is Historic Preservation About?

Historic Preservation Commission

The Historic Preservation Commission consists of seven members, appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the City Council. The duties of the Commission include advising the Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council on issues such as the identification and designation of landmarks and historic districts, and the utilization of funds to promote the preservation of such landmarks and historic districts within the City of Peoria. The role of the Commission is also to increase public awareness of the importance of historic, cultural, and architectural preservation.

General Information

Applying National Criteria for Evaluation
Citizens Guide to Section 106
Evaluating & Registering Archaeological Properties
Guidelines for Local Surveys
National Register Listing Information & Benefits
Researching Historic Properties

Local Information

Self Guided Walking Tour - 83rd Ave. & Madison St.
Self Guided Walking Tour - Old Town Commercial
Weedville Map
Weedville Historic Context Report

Publications

Historic Resources Survey 2005
Historic Preservation Master Plan 2012
Palo Verde Interpretive Plan

Minutes and Application

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Minutes
Application
Historic Preservation Commission

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