Second Tuesday of each month, 6:00 pm at the Florence Township Town Hall, Highway 61, Frontenac Station, Minnesota. Public is welcome and encouraged.
Please note, the meeting time has changed to 6:00 pm.
The mission of the Florence Township Heritage Preservation Commission is to protect and preserve the natural beauty, cultural heritage, and historic features of Florence Township designated Historic Districts.
Click here to review HPC’s Revised Final
Draft Ordinance and Bylaws.
Located under the current HPC
Ordinance and Bylaws.
“Welcome to the Florence Township HPC web site. Use the links below to enrich your knowledge of our rich Frontenac heritage. Send new heritage information (include pictures) to a Commission member for consideration in our next publication. Remember, today’s events are tomorrow’s heritage.
If you reside in the Frontenac historical district and plan to modify your property, please use the “Design Guide” link below and the “Goodhue County Zoning Regulations” within “Links” to display the regulations governing property alterations. Then, print a copy of the “Design Review Application,” complete it along with the requested drawings, and bring it to the next scheduled HPC meeting (see “Calendar”). Once reviewed by the HPC, your request will go to the Florence township Board and, if approved, to Goodhue County for issuance for a building permit.
If you reside in Florence Township and are interested in our heritage, please consider joining the commission by applying to the Florence Township Board at one of the their scheduled meetings. Thank you for your interest in maintaining and advancing our Frontenac heritage.”
NOTE: Links below are all in PDF format
Residents’ Resource Guide to the Frontenac Historic District
Whole Guide to the Frontenac Historic District PDF format. Click here
Revised HPC Bylaws Final Draft
dated 07182012 Here
Revised HPC Ordinance Final Draft
dated 07182012 Here
FLORENCE TOWNSHIP HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEMBERS
2-3 year terms
May be reappointed after 3 year break
Annual Meeting in May