Historic Preservation Commission
Frequency: Second Tuesday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September, November)
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Council Chambers (Located behind City Hall at 2820 Clark Avenue, Norco, CA 92860)
Contact: (951) 270-5623 | email@example.com
|Teresa Edwards||Chair||June 2023|
|Diana Stiller||Vice Chair||June 2021|
|Carolyn Morse||Commission Member||June 2023|
|Jamie Ball||Commission Member||June 2021|
|Vacant||Commission Member||June 2021|
The Historic Preservation Commission consists of five members composed of residents, some with professional expertise in the field, appointed by the City Council. Among the Commission’s responsibilities is recommending to the City Council the designation of cultural resources, including individual properties, archaeological districts, and historic preservation districts. The Commission will also maintain a register of cultural resources within the City, which can be protected from demolition or substantial alteration. Norco’s history is remarkably rich for a small rural community, and there are many properties of architectural and historic significance. The Historic Preservation Commission is dedicated to preserving those resources for future generations.