Historic Preservation & Rehabilitation Commission
Chance to Comment on Our Proposed New Preservation Plan!
Working with BSU graduate students in Historic Preservation, the Commission has created a thorough preservation plan for the City of Muncie. This Plan will help guide the Commission in its duties over the next decade. It is built from the data collected by ScoutMuncie and identifies new areas of the city has eligible for historic status. Please click on the picture to see the plan. You can leave comments with your Councilperson.
About the Commission
Established in 1976, the Commission's primary duty is to oversee the exterior alteration of buildings and sites designated as local landmarks. They are also charged with the preparation and execution of a preservation plan; the promotion of the public interest in historic preservation; assisting landmark owners in the proper preservation of their properties; and helping to establish neighborhood development corporations within historic areas.
Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor for 3 year terms. The current Commission consists of the following individuals:
- Margaux Dever, Chair, Anthony Northside Neighborhood
- Holly Juip, Vice Chair, Wysor Heights District
- Nora Powell, City Council At-large
- Lynn Thornburg, Emily Kimbrough District
- Kyle Johnson, County Government
- Emily McIntire, Old West End District
- Mike Mavis, Emily Kimbrough District
- Brad King, Historic Preservation Officer
The Commission meets in the Engineers Conference Room on the 3rd floor of City Hall at 5pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
The Commission and its staff are all volunteers contributing their time to historic preservation in Muncie.
Search Muncie's Historic Properties
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