Historic Preservation

The Brandon Historic Preservation Commission provides homeowners, residents and developers with information and guidance for Brandon’s historic downtown architecture, streetscapes, and historic resources.

The Brandon Historic Preservation Commission’s main role is planning and advocating for the protection and appreciation of Brandon’s historic and architecturally significant resources. Our primary tasks involve reviewing applications for certificates of appropriateness involving signage and facade changes within the Downtown Historic District. We also provide technical assistance, education and guidance, as needed, in planning and preserving all historic resources within Brandon.

The HPC serves as an advisory commission to the Architectural Review Board and the Board of Aldermen. All positions are appointed by the Board of Aldermen with the exception of the Ex-Officio position held by the Director of Community Development for the City of Brandon.

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Schedule

The Historic Preservation Commission meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 pm in the conference room at the Brandon Public Library. All meetings are open to the public. If you wish to attend, please call Community Development at (601) 824-4580 to confirm the meeting time and date.

Brandon Historic District Guidelines

Brandon Guidelines 11-19-2018

Certificate of Appropriateness (Application)