Historic Preservation Commission

The Historic Preservation District was created in June of 2000 by the City Council to protect the historic integrity of the downtown area of Pleasant Hill.

The purpose of this Commission is to promote the protection and enhancement of buildings, structures or land improvements of special historic, aesthetic or architectural significance. Also included in the ordinance was the creation of a 5 member Historical Preservation Commission to governed in an advisory capacity to the city council and the planning and zoning commission. The commission proposes designations as a historic landmark and/or Historic District and issues certificates of appropriateness that relate to proposed actions affecting the exterior architectural appearance of any landmark or property within a historic district.

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The Historic Preservation Commission normally meets the first Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.

Commission Meeting Calendar

Historic District Map

Historic Preservation Commission Members

  • VACANT, Chairman
  • Jeff Wilson, Vice-Chairman
  • Chris Simmons
  • Pat Clifford
  • Eric Tangblade

Historic District Applications and Brochures