MT Historic Preservation Grant Environmental Review
Applicants will present the following during the June 4th Historic Preservation Commission meeting at 6:00 PM. The meeting will take place virtually which can be accessed here. Public comment can be made during this time or individually at the following email addresses.
- Please submit public comment on the above environmental review request to Jodi Bishop, at Jodi@boone-crockett.org
- Please submit public comment on the above environmental review request to Nick Caras, at email@example.com
Fort Missoula Hare Cage (PDF) Completed
Photographic Documentation (PDF) Completed
Historic Preservation Demolition Ordinance Amendment Completed
Amendments to update and clarify existing language to Title 20.85.085.J: Criteria and Procedure for Review of Relocation and Demolition of Historic Resources - Historic Demolition/Relocation Permit. The proposed amendments were reviewed during a City Council public hearing on July 23rd, 2018. A motion was made to adopt the amendments into law and was passed unanimously. View the Agency Memo and ordinance (PDF).
Moon Randolph Homestead Documentation Completed
In the summer of 2018, the Moon Randolph Homestead hosted it’s first historic preservation intern. Tina McCarthy joined us for five weeks from Western Massachusetts. She braved the wilds of this Missoula summer through hail, downpours and heat, all while living in a wall tent on site. Tina conducted measured drawings of the homestead’s iconic (and very detailed) barn. See her work and more information.
/AR Adaptive Reuse Overlay District Completed
The Adaptive Reuse Zoning District Overlay aids in the adaptive reuse of Historically Significant Buildings. Adaptive reuse is defined as the process of reusing an existing building, or portion of a building, for a purpose other than which it was originally built, designed or currently used for, or for the benefit of a substantial rehabilitation. The overlay language is available to view at this link: /AR Adaptive Reuse Overlay. For additional reference, the current Historic Preservation Permit (HPP) process 20.85.085, can be found here. For questions, contact Emy Scherrer, Historic Preservation Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.