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A Federal Historic Tax Credit is offered to property owners in the Historic District. Click here for more information on the Federal Historic Tax Credit.

Note that the State Historic Tax Credit is no longer available. For more information on the State Historic Tax Credit, click here.

Historic preservation is a public purpose which safeguards the heritage of the City of Northville by preserving elements of the city's history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture; to stabilize and improve property values; foster civic beauty and pride; to strengthen the local economy; and promote the use of the historic district for the education, pleasure and welfare of the citizens of the city; and encourages new buildings and development which will be harmonious with the existing historic buildings and neighborhoods. The Historic District Commission is appointed by the City Council and serves as the body that reviews work in the City's historic district to carry out the procedures set forth in the City of Northville's historic preservation ordinance in conjunction with the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation.

 Historic District Commission Application
 Development Review Fee Schedule
 Demolition-Moving Review Process Summary
 Demolition-Moving Guidelines
 Demolition-Moving Application
 Michigan Local Historic Districts Act
     Historic District Design Standards
     Historic Preservation Ordinance

Click here for more information on Procedures to Appear before the Historic District Commission.

More information on the Historic District Commission is available in the Government section of our website.

 

 
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