Heritage Preservation

Received a Notice of a Proposed Zoning Change?

ZC2018-006: Haggard Park Heritage Resource Overlay District
ZC2018-007: Downtown Heritage Resource Overlay District

The City of Plano is updating the ordinances for the Downtown and Haggard Park Heritage Resource Overlay Districts to include maps showing the location of contributing, non-contributing, and compatible structures.  All property owners within 500 feet of the district boundaries will be sent a notice of the change and the public hearing dates at the Heritage Commission, Planning & Zoning Commission, and City Council.  

Heritage Commission Meeting
Tuesday, May 22 at 6:00 p.m.

Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
Monday, June 4 at 7:00 p.m.

City Council Meeting
Monday, June 25 at 7:00 p.m.

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Protecting Plano's Heritage Resources

A city’s history is one of the most important factors shaping its identity. In 1979, with rapid population increase and threats to historic resources, Plano adopted the first heritage preservation plan to protect city landmarks. Today, Plano’s cultural heritage and historic character provide a distinctive environment for residents and business owners with two heritage districts and 33 individually designated historic resources.

Preservation has become much more than saving bricks and mortar. It provides our community with sustainable, social, cultural, and economic advantages that enrich the city's sense of place and unique historical character. City staff and the Heritage Commission will provide assistance to educate property owners and guide building alterations through the application and approval process. View the links below to learn more about our heritage sites and districts, programs, plans, and restoration guidelines.

May is National Preservation Month!

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