Historic District Commission

Description

  • Authority set forth by Ordinance 439 adopted 10/2/67
  • City Council appoints five members to five-year terms and three alternates to two-year terms beginning on January 1

Membership

Member
Party
Term Ends
Dowhan, Timothy
D
12/31/19
Guidebeck, Richard D
R
12/31/18
Learned, Charles Scott
R
12/31/22
Miner, Regan
D
12/31/20
O'Neil, Nancy
D
12/31/21
Alternates
vacancy
D
12/31/19
Allen, Robert
R
12/31/18
Leake, Louise
U
12/31/17


Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Until approved, meeting minutes are drafts and subject to correction by the body for which they were prepared. Minutes are typically approved at the body’s next regular meeting.

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Certificate of Appropriateness

Every project on a building within an established Historic District that involves changes to exterior architectural details requires a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA.) Your application should include a written description of the project, appropriate photographs and drawings. Your application will be presented at a public hearing. Following approval by the Norwich Historic District Commission, the application will be forwarded to the Building Department who may issue a building permit if one is required. For assistance in completing the applications, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions. Please consult our list of commonly used definitions.

Rules of Procedure

View the Historic District Commission's Rules of Procedure and Regulations.