Heritage Preservation Commission

Background

The Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) serves as an advisory body to the Mayor and the City Council on municipal heritage preservation matters. It was created by city ordinance in 1976 to protect and promote the heritage of the City of Saint Paul. The Commission consists of thirteen voting members who are residents of Saint Paul and are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. One of the members is a representative of the Ramsey County Historical Society and at present three of the members are professionally registered architects. The City of Saint Paul is a Certified Local Government (CLG) in the national Historic Preservation Program. The City is certified as having a heritage preservation commission and program that meets federal and state standards. Saint Paul's status as a CLG confirms its commitment to support a qualified heritage preservation commission, maintain a system for the survey and inventory of historic properties, enforce appropriate state and local legislation for the designation and protection of historic properties, and provide for public participation in its preservation program.

Heritage Preservation Commission Meetings

Members

Barbara Bezat (Vice Chair)
Richard Dana
Robert Ferguson (Secretary)
Steven George
Michael Justin (Chair)
Teresa Kimker
William Lightner
Stuart MacDonald
Joseph H. Peroutka
Casie L. Radford
Steve Trimble
David Wagner

HPC Member Contact Information

Meetings

The HPC generally meets at 5 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month in the City Hall basement. The HPC is staffed by George GauseChristine Boulware, and Allison Suhan.

Date Agenda Minutes Packets
January 11, 2018-MEETING CANCELLED 1/11/2018-REVISED 1/11/18 V. A. 1896 Summit Avenue West
VI. A. Saint Paul African-American Historic Cultural Context, 1837 to 1975
VII. A. Resolution designating staff as the Commissions designee
VIII. A. Draft 2017 Annual Report and permit statistics
VIII. B. Election of officers for 2017
VIII. C. Draft 2018 HPC Staff Work Plan
January 25, 2018 1/25/2018-REVISED 1/25/18

V. A. 1896 Summit Avenue West
V. B. 282 Sixth Street East- LAID OVER
VI. A. Saint Paul African-American Historic Cultural Context, 1837 to 1975
VII. A. Resolution designating staff as the Commissions designee
VIII. A. Draft 2017 Annual Report and permit statistics
VIII. B. Election of officers for 2017
VIII. C. Draft 2018 HPC Staff Work Plan
IX. A. #17-005 Applicant Presentation to HPC Policy

February 8, 2018 2/8/2018-REVISED 2/8/18

IV. A. 1524 Summit- WITHDRAWN
IV. B. 882 West 7th Street
IV. C. 445 Smith Avenue
IV. D. 282 Sixth Street East
VI. A. Saint Paul Legislative Code: Chapter 73 Update

February 22, 2018 2/22/2018 REVISED 2/22/18 IV. A. 282 Sixth Street East
V. A. Heritage Preservation Chapter 73 Draft Update
VI. A. 300-302 Ryan Avenue
VI. B. 2245 Como Avenue
VII. A. Street Name Change  Policy & Procedure
VIII. A. Fire Station #10 - 752-754 Randolph Avenue

Executive Committee Meeting Agendas

Date Agenda
January 30, 2018

I. 754 Randolph Avenue- Engine Company #10 designation and preservation plan
II. Legislative Code Chapter 73 (Heritage Preservation) updates
III. Legislative Code Chapter 74.112 (Lowertown Guidelines) update

2017 Heritage Preservation Commission Meetings

2016 Heritage Preservation Commission Meetings

2015 Heritage Preservation Commission Meetings

2014 Heritage Preservation Commission Meetings