Historic Preservation Commission
On October 24, 2005, the Whitefish Bay Village Board approved a historic preservation ordinance, establishing the Whitefish Bay Historic Preservation Commission. The Historic Preservation is charged with the responsibility of assisting in the preservation of the Village's historic and cultural heritage by identifying buildings, sites, and objects which reflect elements of Whitefish Bay's cultural, social, economic, political or architectural history. The Commission aids in safeguarding this historic legacy by recommending that eligible properties be designated as local historic structures or sites and by maintaining an inventory of architecturally significant and historic sites. The Commission also documents the history of the Village and provides this information to Village residents.
Architectural & Historical Intensive Survey Report
In 2010, the Village commissioned Architectural and Historical Intensive Survey Report. This report documents an architectural and historical intensive survey of resources located within the boundaries of the Village.
Historic Preservation Documents
The Historic Preservation Ordinance, procedures, and the form for applying for historic site designation are available from the links below:
Other Helpful Links
- Frequently Asked Questions about the Historic Preservation Comission
- Researching your Whitefish Bay Home
- Whitefish Bay Medallion Project
- Whitefish Bay Architecture & History Inventory
Typical Meeting Time and Location
- 7:00 p.m.
- 3rd Wednesday of the month
- Village Hall
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are typically available several days prior the meeting. At a minimum, agendas are posted within the time-frames required by Wisconsin's Open Meetings Law. Minutes are available following approval by the Architectural Review Commission. Please click the following link to view Recent Agendas and Minutes.
Jefferson Aikin, Chairperson
Carol Krigbaum, Member/Secretary
Kenneth Berg, Member
Tom Fehring, Member
Julie Gilpin, Member
Jacob Ruck, Member