Madison Station Historic Preservation Commission
Historic Preservation Resources (download here)
Application for Certificate of Appropriateness to appear before the Historic Commission must be submitted by the last Wednesday of the month prior to the meeting date.
Boundary map of the Madison Station Historic District
Design Review Guidelines adopted January 25, 2011. A copy can be purchased at the City of Madison Planning Department for $25.
Second Wednesday of every month
Madison City Hall, 100 Hughes Road, Lower Level Conference Room
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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The Commission shall be composed of members who shall have demonstrated training or experience in the fields of history, architecture, architectural history, urban planning, archaeology or law, or who shall be residents of a historic district designed pursuant to that ordinance. Members of the commission shall be bona fide residents of the City of Madison. Not more than one of the members of the commission shall be a public official. Members of the Board are nominated by the Mayor and appointed by the City Council.
|Name / Position
|Charles Nola, Vice Chair
|Charles Sturdivant, Chair
|Jeanne Steadman, Historic Liaison
|Gerald Clark, Council Liaison
For more information,
contact Assistant Planner Sherri Williams
with the Planning Department, at (256) 772-5638 or by email
The Madison Station Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for promoting the educational, cultural, economic, and general welfare of the residents of the City of Madison through the:
- Preservation and protection of buildings, sites, structures, areas, and districts of historic significance and interest;
- Preservation and enhancement of the national, state, and local historic, architectural, archaeological, and aesthetic heritage found in the City of Madison; and
- Promotion and enhancement of Madison's historic and aesthetic attraction to tourists and visitors by actively participating in Madison Station's revitalization.
Learn more about historic preservation: National Trust for Historic Preservation