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Heritage Preservation

Contact Information: (727) 942-5611, 324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 943-4651

National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guideline Manual Update The City is embarking on an update of its National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guidelines Manual. This document provides guidelines based on the Secretary of Interior’s Standards, for rehabilitation of buildings located within the National and Local historic districts in the City of Tarpon Springs. This manual was last updated in 1999. You mail send written comments at any time to planning@ctsfl.us The City’s Heritage Preservation Board (HPB) will hold a second workshop to receive input from the public on this important update at a future date. The workshop scheduled for April 6, 2020 has been postponed. THANK YOU to all of you who sent comments since the first workshop held on February 3. The next workshop will focus primarily on guidelines for Rehabilitation and Maintenance, Additions, and, New Construction. Workshop Details Subject: Update of National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guidelines Manual Hosted By: City of Tarpon Springs Heritage Preservation Board Date/Time: Monday, April 6, 2020, 6:30 pm POSTPONED! Place: City Hall Auditorium, 324 East Pine Street, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 Download the City’s current design guidelines ********** The historic resources of Tarpon Springs are a vital ingredient of the city’s unique sense of place. Without the individuality of the city’s historic structures and National Register Historic District, Tarpon Springs would appear indistinguishable from other communities. The Historic Resources Element (Chapter) in the Tarpon Springs Comprehensive Plan outlines the programs, incentives and methods available to the Community. The element provides for establishment of administrative procedures to review and mitigate the impact of future development on prehistoric and historic resources. The element encourages the adoption of legal and financial incentives for preservation, as well as educational and informational programs designed to inform residents of the city’s historic and cultural heritage. Also, the element promotes communication and cooperation among Federal, State, city and private organizations involved in the historic preservation process. In 1990 the city adopted the Historic Resources Ordinance and established a local Historic District which incorporated the National Register Historic District and created the Heritage Preservation Board (HPB) to maintain the historic charm and character of Tarpon Springs. The HPB reviews proposed improvements and modifications to structures located in the historic district through the Certificate of Approval process. The board uses design guidelines and adopted standards in the city’s Land Development Code to review any construction, alteration, restoration or rehabilitation that requires a building permit and affects the exterior appearance of buildings in the district.
City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2019 City of Tarpon Springs. Accessibility

Heritage Preservation

Contact Information: (727) 942-5611,

324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 943-4651

National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guideline Manual Update The City is embarking on an update of its National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guidelines Manual. This document provides guidelines based on the Secretary of Interior’s Standards, for rehabilitation of buildings located within the National and Local historic districts in the City of Tarpon Springs. This manual was last updated in 1999. You mail send written comments at any time to planning@ctsfl.us The City’s Heritage Preservation Board (HPB) will hold a second workshop to receive input from the public on this important update at a future date. The workshop scheduled for April 6, 2020 has been postponed. THANK YOU to all of you who sent comments since the first workshop held on February 3. The next workshop will focus primarily on guidelines for Rehabilitation and Maintenance, Additions, and, New Construction. Workshop Details Subject: Update of National Register/Local Historic District Design Review Guidelines Manual Hosted By: City of Tarpon Springs Heritage Preservation Board Date/Time: Monday, April 6, 2020, 6:30 pm POSTPONED! Place: City Hall Auditorium, 324 East Pine Street, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 Download the City’s current design guidelines ********** The historic resources of Tarpon Springs are a vital ingredient of the city’s unique sense of place. Without the individuality of the city’s historic structures and National Register Historic District, Tarpon Springs would appear indistinguishable from other communities. The Historic Resources Element (Chapter) in the Tarpon Springs Comprehensive Plan outlines the programs, incentives and methods available to the Community. The element provides for establishment of administrative procedures to review and mitigate the impact of future development on prehistoric and historic resources. The element encourages the adoption of legal and financial incentives for preservation, as well as educational and informational programs designed to inform residents of the city’s historic and cultural heritage. Also, the element promotes communication and cooperation among Federal, State, city and private organizations involved in the historic preservation process. In 1990 the city adopted the Historic Resources Ordinance and established a local Historic District which incorporated the National Register Historic District and created the Heritage Preservation Board (HPB) to maintain the historic charm and character of Tarpon Springs. The HPB reviews proposed improvements and modifications to structures located in the historic district through the Certificate of Approval process. The board uses design guidelines and adopted standards in the city’s Land Development Code to review any construction, alteration, restoration or rehabilitation that requires a building permit and affects the exterior appearance of buildings in the district.
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