Forms necessary to begin the process with the Historic Preservation Commission. Certificate of Appropriateness, Building Permit, and Commission Member Application.Download Forms »
Ardmore has a rich history dating back to the late 1800s. Ardmore’s first settlers concentrated their homes around the railroad, where the first Santa Fe Train arrived in 1887.Learn More »
An illustrated guide to assist with decisions regarding design, material, or external appearance changes to the historic resources within the Ardmore Historic Commercial District.Download PDF
The Ardmore Historic Commercial District consists of 119 mostly masonry commercial buildings centered around downtown Main Street. The District is a symbol of Ardmore’s vibrant past, and it continues to be a lively and successful commercial area.Learn More »
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