The City of Sheboygan Historic Preservation Commission is currently reviewing potential properties listed in this survey within the City that may qualify for local landmarking designation.
Under the local landmarking designation, you may benefit from the following: improved property values of designated historic properties and properties within districts; increased private investments in downtown and neighborhood revitalization projects; development of community pride and commitment to community improvement; and an increased attractiveness to new businesses, new residents, and visitors. In addition, the entire community benefits from the knowledge, enjoyment and satisfaction associated with preserving and enhancing its historical heritage.
Look through the information below to learn more about the local process.
To see if your property is listed in the Architectural and Historical Survey, please click here. This is a condensed version of the report. The full report is available at the Mead Public Library.
We encourage you to find out more about what you can do to help protect Sheboygan’s historic sites that may include your property. Members of the Historic Preservation Commission would be interested in discussing any further concerns you may have related to this potential designation.
The Historic Preservation Commission meets quarterly in the 3rd Floor Conference Room, City Hall, 828 Center Avenue, Sheboygan.