The City of Nampa is seeking public comment on this draft of the city-wide Historic Preservation Plan. This plan, funded by the State of Idaho’s Certified Local Government Program, is the culmination of work started in October 2019 completed by a consultant, city staff, the Arts & Historic Preservation Commission and multiple public outreach sessions. Please send comments and suggestions to email@example.com to be considered for inclusion in the final draft. Public comments will be accepted until June 12, 2020.
The Historic Preservation Plan is intended to create a clear path to strengthening the City’s historic preservation program through a long-term vision and a set of practical and achievable strategies for improving the City’s historic preservation program and ethic within the community. The HPP will also build on past successes by acknowledging the role historic preservation plays in shaping the city’s urban form and character, in contributing to the city’s overall economic development, and in sustaining a high quality of life for all Nampa residents, businesses, and visitors.
The HPP will bring together in one document, the many and diverse initiatives, programs, needs, opportunities, goals, and principles related to the preservation of Nampa’s built environment. The HPP will be used as a work program to change and streamline current historic preservation efforts, as well as a guideline for future planning and development efforts and will reflect input from a broad range of partners, including preservation advocates, business interests and development advocates.