Historic Preservation Commission
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Mishawaka residents are very proud of their City's 175 year history and thusly, in 1990 the Mishawaka Historic Preservation Commission was created. Our citizens recognize that truly vibrant communities mix historic buildings with a variety of other cultural, commercial, and natural resources. The Commission educates the residents about the methods and merits of preservation and safeguards the City's historic and cultural heritage by preserving sites of significance. Mishawaka has 14 single site landmarks; 9 National Register sites; and one multi-site district.
|Kate Voelker||City Council Member|
|Alan Grzeskowiak||Advisory Member|
|Shirley McAlister||Advisory Member|
|Thomas Morris||Advisory Member|
|Jason Stoller||Advisory Member|
|Cliff Zenor||Advisory Member|
The Commission normally meets at City Hall, the first Tuesday each month at 4:00 p.m. in Room 205. All meetings are open to the public.
Mishawaka Historic Preservation Commission
c/o City of Mishawaka, Planning Department
600 East Third Street
Mishawaka IN 46544
Phone: (574) 258-1625
Fax: (574) 968-6999
You may also attend a meeting to offer your thoughts or concerns during Privilege of the Floor.