The following case was approved by the HP Board on May 9, 2017: HP17-11 201-207 A ST NE – Request to: 1) Remove and replace existing windows with aluminum clad wood windows 2)Replace storefront windows with new steel storefronts and new entry door units 3) Paint storefronts, windows and door units Dark Bronze 4) New wall […]
The City has established a Façade Grant program to encourage economic growth, stimulate private investment and help great a more inviting downtown. The City will provide 50% reimbursement of the funding for a project up to $5,000 for eligible improvements to the appearance of a building in the Historic Preservation and East Main Streetscape areas. Examples […]
We would like to welcome Judi Elmore as the newest member of Ardmore’s Historic Preservation Board! We are excited to have you!
The following items were approved by the HP Board on April 11, 2017: HP17-07 119 East Main Street – Request to: 1) Paint the façade wood Rockwood Shutter Green 2) Paint the front doors Appleblossom 3) Install a porch 4) Install a 4′ fence in the 5) Install a 36″ x 48″ sign 6) Apply […]
The March 21, 2017 meeting has been cancelled. All cases that were on the agenda will now be heard at the April 11, 2017 meeting.
The March meeting for the HP Board has been moved to from March 14th to March 21st.
The following cases were approved by the HP Board on February 14, 2017: HP17-02 104 West Main Street – Request for a complete facade renovation HP17-03 2 West Main Street – Request to install a new 3′ x 13′ aluminum painted sign and vinyl decals HP17-04 40 North Washington – Request to install three signs (6′ […]
Please see the attached flier for the public meeting that will be held on Wednesday, February 15th on the third floor of City Hall in the City Commission Chambers. Sophie Roark from Rosin Preservation will be there to present the methodology for the survey.
The following case was approved by the HP Board on January 10, 2017: HP17-01 219 West Main – Request to put up a 96″ x 48″ sign for the Boys & Girls Club
On December 13, 2016, the HP Board approved the contract for services between the Ardmore Historic Preservation Commission and Rosin Preservation, LLC for an architectural survey in the amount of $9,000.