Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for carrying out activities required by City ordinances relating to the administration of this Development Code regarding Historic Landmarks, Historic Districts, and Conservation Districts and of the Sign Code regarding Historic Signs and makes recommendations to the Mayor and City Council.
Established by Municipal Code Section 402.050
Meetings of the Historic Preservation Commission are held at the call of the Chair and at such other times as the Historic Preservation Commission may determine, typically held on weekday afternoons approximately five to eight times per year.
The Historic Preservation Commission is comprised of nine members appointed by the Mayor with consent and approval of the City Council. A member of the Planning Commission and City Council shall be appointed annually. All other members serve three-year terms and should demonstrate an interest and knowledge of history, architecture, or preservation. In addition, every effort is made to appoint members with the following additional qualifications:
- An architect who has professional experience in restoration or historic preservation;
- A member of the Blue Springs Historical Society;
- A property owner in an existing or proposed Historic District or Conservation District;
- A merchant in an existing or proposed Historic District or Conservation District.
|Frances Hose, Chair||2021||2022|
|Pam Albarelli, Vice Chair||2021||2022|
|Kay Burrus - Historical Society Appt.||2020||2023|
|Ken Billups, Jr., Planning Comm. Rep.||2021||2022|
|Chris Lievsay, Councilmember, District 2||2021||2022|