Interactive Historic Map
The Historic Preservation Commission held it's first public meeting for review and comment on the Interactive Historic Map project on May 3, 2011. If you missed this meeting, please take a moment to review and comment on aspects of the project by clicking the links below. This first public comment period focuses on the content of the historic research which will be used in the map. A draft copy of the Interactive Map is also available in GoogleMap (please note the final map will be hosted on a GIS platform, not GoogleMaps). The information presented by the consultant is organized in the surveys below to allow for feedback. The public is invited to review and comment on the property records to be used in the map. The surveys will be open until Friday, June 3, 2011.
Consultant Deb Sheals' powerpoint presentation highlighting her research is now available for those who missed the public meeting.
Surveys are sorted by theme (schools, districts, residential, downtown properties, college properties, places of worship and other) Please click on the theme you would like to review. Participation in all themes is encouraged but not required. You may skip ahead in the survey at any time.
These surveys will close on Friday, June 3, 2011. The result will be complied and discussed at the June 7, 2011 Historic Preservation Commission Meeting. Result are available upon request.
Colleges (University of Missouri, Columbia College a Stephens College)
Districts, Cemeteries and Parks
Places of worship
Other (Commercial, Industrial, Hospitality)
Residential (East of Providence)
Residential (West of Providence)
If you have questions or need clarification please contact the Planning Department at email@example.com.