How will this affect the owners of properties determined to be historic?
The Historic Resource Survey does not create a local or national historic district or result in listing on a national or local register. The purpose of the project is to add to the inventory of historic structures located in the city, and while the consultant’s report may indicate that certain neighborhoods or buildings meet National Register criteria for eligibility, historic designation of any property would be a separate public process.

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1. What is a Historic Resources Survey?
2. What will I see happening in my neighborhood during the survey?
3. What type of information will be gathered about my property?
4. How will this affect the owners of properties determined to be historic?
5. What is the difference between national and local historic designation?
6. Will the survey cause owners’ property taxes to increase?
7. Will the survey affect owners’ ability to modify, rehab and/or demolish their property?
8. What are the benefits of historic designation?
9. How can I learn more about Historic Resources and this process?
10. Whom do I contact for more information?