A Certificate of Appropriateness is required for any modifications to a building in our Historic District that can be viewed from the road. Modifications include, but are not limited to: paint, siding, fencing, awning, windows and doors. All modifications are subject to our Historic District Design Guidelines.
To obtain a Certificate of Appropriateness to alter a building in our Historic District, you will have to:
- Fill out the Certificate of Appropriateness application, in addition to all associated permits, and return to City Hall.
- Appear in front of the Main Street Board (which meets the first Monday of each month) to present the application with all required documentation and materials.
- The Main Street Board will make a determination on the certificate and may require modifications to the plans or materials presented prior to approval of the application.