In 1984, the state of Illinois passed the County Historic Preservation Act, giving counties the authority to establish historic preservation commissions.
The Act called upon counties to:
- Identify, protect, preserve, and restore features of historic significance
- Foster educational interest and pride in the past
- Promote economic development through historic tourism
- Insure harmonious development
View a brief article on the history of preservation.
The McHenry County Historic Preservation Commission meets every first Wednesday of each month, except July and December, at 6:30 p.m. at the Office of Planning and Development, 667 Ware Road, Woodstock, Illinois 60098 and the public is encouraged to attend.
|James McConnell, Chairman|
|Steve Greeley, Vice Chairman|
|Paula Rieghns, Secretary|
|Gail Brown, MCCD Liaison (ex-officio)|
|Sean Foley, Staff Liaison (ex-officio)|
For more information on the Commission, call 815-334-4560 Extension 4, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All correspondence should be mailed to: