Raising awareness about the Buckman Historic District and what it means to property owners
How does a Historic District Affect Property Owners?
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What is the Buckman Historic District proposal?
The Buckman Historic Association submitted the application to place a portion of the Buckman neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. If the application is successful, each property in the District, old and new, will be subject to new regulations that impose new fees and limit what you can do with your home or commercial property.
Where is it?
The proposed Buckman Historic District is roughly the area bounded by 12th, 20th, Ankeny and Morrison. Click here for a map.
What are the Regulations?
Most exterior changes to properties will require a Historic Design Review, which commonly takes
about 2 months and costs about $2000.
More detailed information about the regulations here.
Opposed to the Historic District?
Get a notarized Objection.