Historic District Commission - St. Francisville, La.
a) The preservation and stewardship of all structures in the designated Historic District of the Town of St. Francisville.
b) The guardianship of those structures which have Architectural and Historical value and which should be preserved for the benefit of the people of the municipality and state.
c) Encouraging preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation of structures, areas and neighborhoods to prevent future blight.
d) Fostering civic pride in the beauty of and accomplishments in St. Francisville’s past.
e) Gathering and organizing information of St. Francisville’s history and disseminating that information through publications, exhibits, or other means for the edification and education of the general public.
Board Makeup: Is a five member board made up of two members who reside in the Historic District, two members who own businesses in the Historic District and one member who is also a member of the Town of St. Francisville Planning and Zoning.
Term: Members are appointed by the Town Alderman for a four year term.
Application to the Board: Commission members must complete and turn in an application to the Main Street Manager. Applications are reviewed by the Mayor and submitted to the Town Aldermen for approval.
Meeting Schedule: The HDC meets on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30pm
To be placed on the agenda all information must be received by the Main Street office no later than noon the Friday prior to the meeting date.
Meeting Location: Historical Society Museum 11757 Ferdinand St.
Telephone: (225) 635-3873
Historic District Commission
P.O. Box 400
11787 Ferdinand St.
St. Francisville, La. 70775