About the Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission seeks to identify, preserve, protect and enhance historic buildings, sites, monuments, streetscapes and landmarks within Riverton that are deemed historically significant. The commission is composed of seven members. At least one member represents each of the five council districts and two members represent the city at-large. Members are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Meetings of the Historic Preservation Commission are held at least four times per year. Meeting dates, times and locations are publicly noticed prior to happening.
- Linda Abel, Chair
- Kathie Perkins
- Shelley Peterson
- Scott Wardle
To apply to serve on the Historic Preservation Commission, please click here to fill out and submit an online application. Your application will be reviewed and considered when a vacancy on the commission arises.
To contact the Historic Preservation Commission, please reach out to the City Recorder's Office at email@example.com or 801-208-3128.
City Code Reference
Click here to view the City Code charter for the Historic Preservation Commission.