This commission is a voice for historic preservation through efforts on educational programs/events, supporting projects that enhance historical resources through access to grants, and maintaining an inventory of historic resources in Cedar Falls. As a Certified Local Government, Cedar Falls’ Historic Preservation Commission implements the program requirements issued by the State of Iowa to maintain that status.
The Historic Preservation Commission was established by Section 2-343 of the City Code. The Historic Preservation Commission typically meets the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm at City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.
Five members serve three-year terms:
Submit the General Application on the Boards & Commissions homepage, and check the checkbox for this board/commission. You’ll be notified when a board opening occurs for further consideration.
Thank you to everyone that came to the History of Cedar Heights with Architectural Tour event on September 9, 2021! If you missed the event, view the presentation here.