Commission Seeks New Members

Posted on 10/03/2019
The Casper City Council is accepting applications from interested citizens who wish to serve as volunteer members of the Casper Historic Preservation Commission.

The Historic Preservation Commission’s purpose is to oversee local preservation initiatives including conducting inventories of historic assets, proposing historic districts and sites, promoting awareness through a wide range of activities, and acting as advisors to public officials on issues related to historic preservation.  The Casper Historic Preservation Commission is a board of eleven (11) energetic volunteer citizens that each serve three (3) year terms. The Commission typically meets on the second Monday of every Month, at 8:30 am, for approximately an hour at City Hall; however extra meetings are sometimes scheduled as needs arise.  The Commission functions with very limited resources, and its volunteers, and the time they dedicate, are its greatest assets.

What To Do If You Are Interested:

If you have the time, energy and passion to dedicate toward preserving Casper’s historic resources, and are interested in serving on the Historic Preservation Commission, please submit a letter of interest outlining any relevant experience, as well as the reasons that you believe you would be a good addition to the Commission, to the Community Development Director, 200 North David Street, Suite 205, Casper, Wyoming, 82601.  Please note on the envelope or subject line: “Historic Preservation Commission Opening” 

The deadline for applications is November 8, 2019.