Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for designating historic structures, historic sites, and historic districts within the city limits and encourages historic preservation in the city. The Historic Preservation Commission also provides residents with continuing education about the historic heritage of the city and works with the Milton Historical Society/Milton House Museum and Wisconsin Historical Society.
The Historic Preservation Commission is comprised of seven members, including one alderperson currently serving on the Common Council. Historic Preservation Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor for terms of three years, with the alderperson appointment for one year.
If you are interested in applying for appointment to the Historic Preservation Commission please complete a Committee/Board/Commission Questionnaire.
The Historic Preservation Commission usually meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Conference Room located at 710 S. Janesville Street.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas packets are available prior to meetings, and saved on the City's website. View the most recent agenda on the City's website.
|Ryan Holbrook, Ald.||350 E. Madison Avenue||(608) 577-0492||Council Rep|
|Keighton Klos||P.O. Box 245||(608) 868-7772||Consultant|
|Katie Gallman||528 E. Madison Avenue||(608) 514-5118||2024|
|Kris McDaniel||916 Lamar Drive||N/A||2024|
|Amy Oechsner||332 W. Madison Avenue||(920) 517-7684||2024|
|Lisa Perkins||1141 Arthur Drive||(608) 295-3023||2024|
|Harvey Smith||359 E. Madison Avenue||(608) 868-4564||2023|
|Terry Williamson||501 College Street||(608) 868-3651||2025|