Historic Preservation Commission

Historic Picture of Downtown St. Albans
Historic Picture of Downtown St. Albans

The City of St. Albans contains a wealth of historic buildings and sites – they are a major part of what makes our community special.  At the same time, the City’s inventories of historic places are now more than 30 years old.  The City has created a Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) to play a critical role in preserving our City’s knowledge of its historic resources.  The HPC is a board of volunteers that meets quarterly and otherwise as needed.

Meeting Location: St. Albans City Hall, 100 North Main Street.

If you cannot attend in person: Link for remote connection

Meeting times:  The HPC meets at least four times a year, typically on 2nd Tuesdays at 6:00 PM.  Those interested in meetings and boards are advised to follow the St. Albans City Facebook Page, join the St. Albans City Front Porch Forum, or look for public postings in City Hall. 

Questions?  Contact us at (802) 524-1500 ext.259 or c.sawyer@stalbansvt.com

HPC Members:                     Term:

Laz Scangas, Chair                 May 31, 2026
Richard Stahl, Vice Chair         May 31, 2025
VACANT SEAT                        May 31, 2026
Joe Luneau                            May 31, 2025
Lisa Evans                             May 31, 2027 
Barbara Weinstein                  May 31, 2027
KarenMarie Peltier                  May 31, 2025

The responsibilities of the HPC include:

  • Guiding the City toward achievement of Certified Local Government status with the National Park Service and the VT Division for Historic Preservation, thus making us eligible for funding and assistance with historic preservation activities. 
  • Updating and maintaining the City’s surveys and inventories of historic properties. 
  • Preparing reports and providing advice whenever a property is nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Guiding the preparation and submission of grant applications to the VT Division for Historic Preservation. 
  • Advising and assisting the City Council, Planning Commission, and other appropriate persons on matters related to historic preservation. 

 

Agendas, Minutes and other information:

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