Historic Preservation

People who choose to own property within the Historic Mossy Creek District are urged to accept an important stewardship responsibility.

The information below was developed to assist property owners, residents, businesses, and city staff with these stewardship responsibilities.

GENERAL QUESTIONS?

Contact Kay O'Brien, President


QUESTIONS ABOUT DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR THE HISTORIC DISTRICT?

NEED IDEAS FOR IMPROVING YOUR PROPERTY?

Contact Kay O'Brien, Design committee chair

DOWNTOWN BUSINESS OWNER WITH QUESTIONS?
 

INTERESTED IN OPENING A BUSINESS DOWNTOWN?

Contact Mike Dockery, Economic Vitality committee chair


HAVE NEWS TO SHARE REGARDING THE HISTORIC DISTRICT?

Contact Susan Nowell, Promotions committee chair

INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING SEASONAL EVENTS?

Contact Heidi Thomas, Organization committee chair


Helpful Info

  • Design Guidelines 
    Be forewarned: Although the Design Guidelines may appear, at first glance, to be an intimidating document, it doesn't have to be. Each potential project in the historic district will fall into a specific category (i.e. restoration, rehabilitation, renovation, etc.). While the guidelines document must address all categories, property owners only need to be concerned with the guidelines for the category that applies to their project. To encourage you further, Mossy Creek Foundation is available to provide assistance navigating through the process, so be sure to contact us with your questions.
     
  • Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) Application
    The Historic Zoning Commission meets on the fourth Monday of each month. COA applications (including all supporting documentation) must be turned in to Tom Jones at City Hall at least two weeks prior in order to be placed on the agenda. Members of the Mossy Creek Foundation design committee are available to provide assistance, so contact us if you have questions.
     
  • Map of historic district
  • CITY COUNCIL
  • HISTORIC ZONING COMMISSION
  • PLANNING COMMISSION / BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS
    • Robert Burts, Chair
    • Carolyn Blevins
    • Glenda Byrd
    • Mitch Cain
    • Jeff Chitwood
    • Midge Jessiman
    • Tom Jones
    • Mayor Mark Potts

Helpful Links