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Historic District Commission

Historic barn.The purpose of the Historic District Commission is to safeguard the heritage of Farmington Hills by establishing and preserving districts in the City which reflect elements of the cultural, social, economic, political or architectural history; stabilize and improve property values in and adjacent to such districts; promote civic beautification of structures and lands within the historic districts for historic and cultural preservation; and promote the use of historic districts and local history for the education, pleasure, and welfare of the citizens of the City. There are 7 members appointed by the Mayor with the concurrence of the City Council. They meet on the second Wednesday of each month.

Over 70 properties and sites have been accepted, since the District was established in 1982, with the owners committed to maintaining the properties to the Standards outlined in the Ordinance.

Chair Steve Olson. For further information, please call the City Planning Dept (248) 871-2540.

Click on the links below for additional information on Farmington Hills Historic District.

Farmington Area Local History and Genealogy Resources
PDF Icon Farmington Hills Historic District Properties (the ‘Blue Book’) (9.5 MB)
PDF Icon Historic Districts Map (327 K)
PDF Icon Application for Historic District Commission Review
Historic District Commission Ordinance (Chapter 15, Article 15)
Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Historic District Commission Structures and Locations

Explore historic districts structures cataloged by the Farmington Hills Historic District Commission by clicking on the map image below. If you're viewing this web page on your mobile device, please click the following link to take you to the map: http://bit.ly/1rX8cRo

Story Map

Preservation Briefs

Nearly 50 Preservation Briefs have been developed by the National Park Service to provide guidance on preserving, rehabilitating and restoring historic buildings.  Click here to visit their website.

Video on Demand - Farmington Hills Oral History with Alice Benson

1940 Aerial Photography Maps

Fly back in time and view the Cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills as they were in 1940 through aerial photography maps.

Click on a section of the map below to see that map in .pdf format.  The average map size is 4.7 MB.

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