Historic Preservation Commission

Historic Preservation is the process of identifying, protecting, preserving, restoring and maintaining structures, sites, monuments and objects all of which are tangible links to the past and contribute to the unique character of a community. The Alliance Historic Preservation Commission works to preserve the city's built heritage and promote the revitalization of Alliance through historic preservation.

The Alliance Historic Preservation Commission (AHPC) was created in 1991 when City Council passed Ordinance Number 101-91 and is further developed in Chapter 1309 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Alliance. The AHPC has five community members appointed by the Mayor. The AHPC is assisted by staff from the City's Department of Planning and Development. Because of the AHPC, Alliance is a Certified Local Government, qualifying the City to apply for State Historic Preservation Grants.

Duties of the Commission

Duties of the Commission are outlined in Chapter 1309.04 of the Alliance Codified Ordinances. For more information, view our Codified Ordinances.

3 year term / 5 members

Appointed by Mayor with approval of Council

Members

Martha McClaugherty

Stacy Digianantonio

Kris Benedetti

Vacant

Christina Brienza

term expires 12/31/19

term expires 12/31/20

term expires 12/31/20

term expires 12/31/20

term expires 12/31/21

Meetings

*All meetings are announced and open to the public.

Day: Generally the last Wednesday of the month

Time: 3:30 p.m.

Place: Administration Building at 504 East Main Street, Alliance, Ohio 44601; 2nd floor conference room

Notice of meeting April 26, 2017 (PDF)

Agendas

Agendas are available prior to the commission meeting.

Most Recent Agenda (PDF) | View All

Minutes

Minutes are also available upon commission approval.

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Current Projects

East Main Street Historic District (PDF)

Local Historic Landmarks

To have your property designated as a Local Landmark means that it is of historic significance and the community wants to protect, preserve and maintain its character and architectural integrity.

Property Address
Ward
Owner
Year Built
Style
Nomination Approved
355 East Columbia Street1Benedetto, Kristen1907Richardsonian Romanesque9/26/2012
503 East Columbia Street1Benedetto, Kristen1872Second Empire9/26/2012
59 West Ely Street1Davidson, Thomas1877Italianate9/26/2012
200 Glamorgan Street3Alliance City Schools1904-1905Baronial Castle9/26/2012
1460 South Liberty Avenue3Benedetto, Kristen1919Colonial Revival9/26/2012
144 South Linden Avenue1Conrad Lodge Number 2711915Georgian Revival9/26/2012
145 South Linden Avenue1Benedetto, Kristen1901Stone Victorian9/26/2012
239 East Market Street1YWCA of Alliance1872Italianate9/26/2012






840 N. Park Avenue1Alliance Historical Society1867Italianate9/26/2012
1001 Overlook Drive4Williams, Floyd & Peggy1949Lustron House1/22/2014
 450 East Market Street1City of Alliance
Firehouse Theater
1905Romanesque Revival3/26/2014
2120 South Union Avenue3City of Alliance
Fire Station Number 3
1909Bungalow3/26/2014


1623 S. Freedom   3     Martha and Charles   1922     Craftsman           11/29/2017

449 E. Main        1       Alpha Alliance Corp    1925     Neo Classical now Senior Bldg  

114 E. Main        1      Joyce and Bobby Williams  1905 Mid-Century Modern

Section N            1     Alliance City Cemetery        1919 Bronze Sculpture                                                     Fighting Doughboy by Peitro Montana

Alliance City Cemetery   1  City of Alliance  Gothic/Romaneque Revival  Mausoleum

708 S. Liberty     1    Albert E. Bowen      1883   Queen Anne                   Auld House

229 S. Union Ave  1   Alliance Woman's Club  1907  Colonial Revival  Webb House

LANDMARK NOMINATION FORM