Historical Preservation Commission


The Lexington Historical Preservation Commission (HPC) preserves Lexington's historical assets, educates the public about historic preservation methods, and functions as a regulatory board. The HPC's goal is to preserve the integrity of the exteriors of properties in the four historic districts in Lexington. The HPC also reviews and approves nominations of properties to the National Register of Historic Places. Lexington's HPC was sanctioned by the State of Missouri in 2000. The City of Lexington enacted a historic preservation ordinance and is committed to the enforcement of Lexington's historic preservation laws.

Board Members:

Sharon Arnoldi, Chairman
Robert Ganson, Vice-Chairman
Janae Fuller, Secretary
Ron Fuenfhausen
Jamie Powell
Greg Nitcher
James Mackenzie


Historical Preservation Commission meetings are held at 7:00 p.m.on the third of Monday each month at City Hall.