Historic Preservation efforts within the Village of Allouez are lead by the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC). The purpose of the commission is to carry out directives of the Historic Preservation Ordinance. The HPC reviews all Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) applications. This application process is to ensure substantial modifications to the exteriors of locally designated historic properties keep with the historic integrity of the structure or neighborhood. Along with COA reviews, the commission works closely with the Historic Allouez Society and the Brown County Trust for Historical Preservation to jointly promote awareness, education, and protection of our history.
The HPC meets quarterly (as well as intermittently, if needed) the 4th Wednesday of January, April, July, & October at 6:00 p.m. at the Allouez Village Hall.
Find out if your home is on the State Register of Historic Places, how to properly care for your historic home, and more on the Wisconsin Historical Society website.
If you are proposing an exterior change to a historic property, complete the Certification of Appropriateness application below and submit it to Trevor Fuller, Director of Planning and Community Development.