Boone County Planning Commission

Historic Preservation

Meet the Board Members Meeting Minutes
Interactive Historic Sites Map external small Family Cemeteries
Preservation Plan Architectural Survey pdficon small
Architectural Survey (Index) pdficon small Heritage Tourism Map
Prehistoric Farmers
Historic Structure Book (Flyer) pdficon small
Historic Structures Book pdficon small History of Old Courthouse pdficon small
Walking Tours  
The Boone County Historic Preservation Review Board holds regular business meetings at 4:00PM on the 2nd Thursday of the following months: January, March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. The business meetings are held in the 1st Floor Conference Room, Old Boone County Courthouse, 2988 Washington Street, Burlington, KY, unless stated otherwise. Please click here for the current meeting schedule.
  Patricia Wingo (Chairwoman)  
Patrick Berry Patricia Fox Lisa Hoffman
Shane Noem Thomas Schiffer VACANT
The Boone County Historic Preservation Review Board is a seven member volunteer board, appointed by the Boone County Fiscal Court, whose mission is to:
Lead and educate Boone County government and its citizens in the preservation and protection of Boone County's prehistoric and historic resources.
The Historic Preservation Review Board oversees historic preservation policy in the county. Their responsibilities include enforcement of the Boone County Cemetery Preservation Plan, ongoing survey and documentation of historic and prehistoric resources in Boone County, the development of a plan to strengthen historic preservation efforts in the county, providing technical assistance to owners of historic properties, and providing heritage education to both children and adults. The Review Board is staffed part-time by a Historic Preservation Planner employed by the Boone County Planning Commission.
The Historic Preservation Review Board sponsors a number of public events throughout the year, and celebrates National Historic Preservation Month in May with annual Boone County Preservation Awards.


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