Cultural and Historic Resources

The City Council adopted the Historic Preservation ordinance on August 12, 2014 creating the Millwood Historic Preservation Commission. Click here for the ordinance.

The Commission meets monthly on the third Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Millwood city hall.

The primary responsibilities of the historic preservation commission are:

  • to identify and actively encourage the conservation of the city’s historic resources by initiating and maintaining a register of historic places and reviewing proposed changes to register properties;
  • to raise community awareness of the city’s history and historic resources; and
  • to serve as the city’s primary resource in matters of history, historic planning, and preservation.

 

The commission serves as the local review board pursuant to RCW Ch. 84.26.

Table of Previous Mayors and Council Members

Table of Elected Officials May 2017

Milwood History Enthusiasts

Rosebush House National Historic Nomination    Photos

Rosebush House State Historic Register Report Map

Millwood Historic District National Nomination  Photos   Map

Millwood Historic District State Register  Map

Architect’s Drawing of Proposed City Hall, 1956

Documents

Cultural Resources Report for Buckeye Sidewalk Project, EWU Archaeological and Cultural Services, 2013

 

Presentation by Megan Duvall, Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, to Millwood Planning Commission, August 26, 2013

1 Introduction – Why Historic Preservation

2 Historic Preservation System

3 Local Preservation Program

4 National and State Registers

5 Local Register of Historic Places

6 Special Tax Valuation

7 Certified Local Government

8 Annual Grant Funds

9 Conclusion

10 Special Valuation – Questions

11 Standards for Special Valuation

12 Special Valuation – Change of Ownership

13 Local Register – All or Part of a Property

 

 

Millwood Historical Society