Thursday, March 05, 2015
423 West Ferguson
Tyler, TX, 75702
*CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE EAST TEXAS PRESERVATION WEEKEND*
The Tyler Historical Preservation Board was created in 1969 and has been responsible for promoting and designating areas of historical, cultural or architectural importance and significance in the Tyler community. The purpose of the board is to recognize and preserve historic landmarks through a voluntary program of owner participation. The board is compromised of nine members appointed by the Tyler City Council. Their duties and responsibilities include reviewing and considering landmark applications for designation.
The City Council finds that the recognition and preservation of historic landmarks is in the public interest and serves to promote the welfare of the community. The purpose of the Historic Preservation ordinance is to preserve the historic structures of the community through a voluntary program of owner participation, and to carry out the City's responsibilities as a Certified Local Government.
Tyler Historical Preservation Ordinance
Historic Preservation Board Goal's and Objectives
Tyler Map of National Register Properties
MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES
CLICK THE PICTURES TO VIEW THE BROCHURES!
The City is working hard to bring you videos linked with the current Half Mile of History stones.
Take a look and see the videos that are available now!
Henry Marsh Bell
Tyler Carnegie Library
Robert Walter Fair
Benjamin Bryant Beaird
Shirley Simons Sr.