Historic Preservation Commission

Historic Preservation Commission was formed in February, 1993.  It's charge is to:
  • create and maintain a system for the survey and inventory of historic properties within Hartford;
  • review nominations of properties that are under construction for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places;
  • seek and prepare applications for funding for preservation activities;
  • Advise and assist individuals, Boards, and Commissions on matters relating to the preservation of historic resources; and
  • perform additional responsibilities as required

MEMBERS:

Jonathan Schechtman, Chair Patricia Stark, Vice Chair
Robin Adair Logan Susanne Walker Abetti
Roy Black Alicia Barrow, Selectboard Liaison

If you wish to correspond with Members by mail please address to 171 Bridge Street, White River Junction, VT 05001

​To leave a message please call 802-295-3075.

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WHITE RIVER JUNCTION HISTORIC DISTRICT UPDATE ​​​​​​

The Town of Hartford received a Certified Local Government grant from the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation to prepare an update to the White River Junction Historic District. Brian Knight was hired by the Town to undertake the project. Currently, Hartford has nine historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places.​
​​​Click here to see the White River Junction Historic District National Register of Historic Places Registration Form.
​Click here to see the Advent Camp Meeting Grounds Historic District National Register of Historic Places Registration Form.

NEW ITEM - EXPLORE THE HISTORIC SITES AND STRUCTURES 

This Historic Sites and Structures Survey (HSSS) was undertaken by the Town of Hartford and its Historic Preservation Commission as a Phase II following an earlier Phase I survey.

Phase I of the HSSS was completed in 2013 and included surveys of structures constructed between the late 1700s into the 1920s.

Phase II has picked up where Phase I left off surveyed structures constructed between the 1920s and 1960s.