Recruiting for membership on the Historic Preservation Commission
Passionate about preserving Livingston’s History? The City of Livingston is now recruiting to fill two (2) vacancies on the Historic Preservation Commission, to serve a three (3) year term.
The purpose of the Livingston Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is, through the preservation of historically significant buildings and the creation of a central business district that reflects the cultural and architectural past of the City, to promote the tourist industry; to inform property owners within the historic districts of potential tax incentives and federal grants that might be available for the preservation of those historic structures; and to enhance the property values and increase economic and financial benefits to the City and its residents through the preservation of historic buildings.
The HPC By-laws require applicants for the Historic Preservation Commission must reside within the City or own property within the downtown historic district, be at least 18 years of age, a registered voter, a citizen of Montana and of the United States, and, insofar as possible, hold the professional expertise listed in Ord. 2054, §31.05A. Historic Preservation Commissioners shall not hold any other public office under the City.
Interested in sharing your time and talents? Applicants are encouraged to include a resume or bio, and a short cover letter outlining why they would like to serve on the Historic Preservation Committee, what special skills, talents, or credentials you offer, and what you hope to accomplish as a member. Applications are available:
In-person: At the City Offices located at 414 East Callender Street, Livingston, MT 59047
Call for application: Call Faith for an application: (406) 823-6002.
The deadline for applications is March 19, 2021.
If you have questions about this or any other City Board/Committee vacancies, contact Faith Kinnick at (406) 823-6002 or visit the Historic Preservation Commission webpage.