Proposed School Street Local Historic District
The proposed local historic district consists of approximately 4.0 acres and includes 28 property parcels generally located in the 600 block of E. McCarty Street, the 600 block of School Street, and the 400 and 500 blocks of Lafayette Street. The proposed Local Historic District includes enactment of building design criteria and review of future building permit applications within the district by the Historic Preservation Commission.
Application and Supporting Documents:
- Cover Sheet
- Criteria for Nomination Narrative
- Exterior Photos of Properties within Proposed District
- Proposed District Boundary Map
- Proposed Design Criteria
- Notarized Affidavits
- Property Owner Notification Letter
Informational Session, Tuesday, April 19 at 5:30 pm in Council Chambers
Historic Preservation Commission Public Hearing, Tuesday, May 1 at 6:00 pm in Council Chambers
How to Comment
Written comments received by 1:00 p.m. on May 1st will be presented to the Historic Preservation Commission meeting and will be made part of the official record, copied and distributed to Commission members at the meeting. Those unable to provide written comments in advance of May 1st are invited to deliver their comments directly to the Commission at the meeting.
E-mail: email@example.com with subject line “Proposed School Street Local Historic District”
Mail: Dept. of Planning and Protective Services / Neighborhood Services Division
John G. Christy Municipal Building,
320 E. McCarty Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Staff Report on School Street Local Historic District Application
National Register Nomination
Woodland-Old City Cemetery - Draft
Missouri State Penitentiary National Register Nomination - Revised 1st Submittal
Missouri State Penitentiary National Register Nomination - 2nd Submittal
Historic Preservation Commission Function
The City of Jefferson Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) came into existence in 1983 as a result of 1980 Congressional amendments to the national Historic Preservation Act of 1966. In 2003, the city’s began participation in the Missouri Certified Local Government (CLG) Program.
The CLG program, administered by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), is designed to expand the historic preservation network of federal and state governments by creating a mechanism for participation of local governments. Requirements for participation in the Missouri CLG program include enacting a historic preservation ordinance, appointing a preservation commission, conducting an ongoing survey and inventory of historic properties, and conducting public outreach and education.
A Certified Local Government with an historic preservation program at the local level offers the potential for providing the best protection that can be devised for the enjoyment, appreciation and preservation of our community’s cultural resources. Recognition and preservation of our community’s cultural resources can enhance residential and commercial property values, encourage neighborhood conservation, foster civic pride, and promote the community’s attraction to visitors, tourists, industry and future employers.
The volunteers appointed to the HPC work to encourage and assist with the identification and preservation of sites, buildings, structures and objects which reflect the community’s cultural, historical, and architectural heritage. The HPC also reviews demolition requests forwarded to it by the City Department of Planning & Protective Services.
A. To review and select the annual Local Landmark Award designees.
B. To encourage economic development through historic preservation and heritage tourism.
C. To protect and enhance architectural heritage.
D. To conduct or support historic surveys and research
E. To select the recipient of the annual Gregory Stockard Distinguished Service Award.
F. To review demolition requests.