To advocate for historic preservation; to promote an appreciation of local historic resources, both tangible and intangible; and to encourage and coordinate, with appropriate municipal agencies, civic organizations, institutions and individual scholars, the documentation and interpretation of local history.
The Historic Resources Committee achieves its mission through:
- Public commemoration (historic plaques, signs, markers, and civic festivals and ceremonies)
- Publications (maps, brochures, tour books, and digital media)
- Public meetings (planning sessions, workshops, and lectures)
- And through other means
The Historic Resources Committee meets monthly on the second Monday from 11 a.m. until noon in the Neighborhood Development Services Conference Room, City Hall. The public is welcome.
For More Information:
- Local Historic Markers
- State Highway Markers
- HRC Links
- Current and Completed Projects
New Court Square Markers - The Rest of the Story
The Historic Resources Committee is in the process of redesigning historic markers for Court Square.
If you have a suggestion for a historic marker site in Charlottesville, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org