- 5:30 p.m.
- Fourth Monday of every month
- Meetings held in person at City Hall (Council Chambers, second floor, 101 N. East St.), via Zoom and streamed live on Facebook
The Crown Point Historic Preservation Commission is composed of seven (7) Members, one (1) appointed by the Plan Commission Board, two (2) appointed from the membership of the Common Council, four (4) appointed by the Chief Executive of the City, which no more than three (3) shall be of the same political party, and at least two (2) of the four (4) persons shall be owners of property within the Historical District.
The Crown Point Historic Preservation Commission was entrusted by ordinance of the Crown Point Common Council in 1983, with the responsibility of surveying, identifying, planning for and establishing Historic Districts within the City of Crown Point. The purpose of establishing Historic Districts is to safeguard the heritage of the City by preserving areas, which reflect elements of cultural, social, spiritual, economic, political, engineering and architectural history. It is an attempt to help stabilize and improve property values, foster civic beauty and community pride, and to strengthen the local economy. In addition, Historic Districts can be promoted for the education, pleasure, and welfare of the citizens of Crown Point, the state of Indiana, and the United States.
All Applications and Packets can be picked up at the Planning Office: 705 Industrial Blvd.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Paul Bremer, President
- Jim Kendall, Vice-President
- Laura Sauerman
- Jim Crisman
- Jolene Bolinger
- Todd Kabella
- Richard Oesterle
- Blake Swihart, Indiana Landmarks Advisor
- Grace Roman, Executive Secretary