On October 6, 2015, the City adopted its first Preservation Master Plan. Louisville’s Preservation Master Plan provides a framework for the City’s voluntary Historic Preservation Program and serves as a guide for proactive decision-making over the next 20 years. The Plan combines the City’s existing preservation efforts with desires expressed by the community during the Plan’s public outreach effort. The Plan recommends actions for integrating preservation practices into the City’s policies, its regulations, and its staff’s day-to-day activities. The scope of the document is City-wide and influences areas beyond Downtown and Old Town.
Check out the adopted Preservation Master Plan!
For more information about the Preservation Master Plan, please contact Lauren Trice (303.335.4594).