Clifton Preservation Commission
The Clifton Preservation Commission was formed in 2006 to assist City of Clifton leaders in their efforts to protect, enhance, and perpetuate the local districts and landmarks of historical and cultural importance. The five members of the Commission, appointed by the Mayor and City Council, share a demonstrated interest and competence in historic preservation.
The Historic Preservation Officer is appointed by the Mayor and City Council to administer the Preservation Ordinance and advise the Commission on matters submitted to it. In addition to serving as representative of the Commission, the officer is responsible for coordinating the city’s preservation activities with those of state and federal agencies and with local, state, and national nonprofit preservation organizations.
- Bosque County Historical Commission and The Bosque County Collection Bosque County Historical Commission – About the Historical Commission (bosquechc.org)
- National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior NPS.gov Homepage (U.S. National Park Service)
- Preservation Texas Preservation Texas
- Texas Historical Commission THC.Texas.Gov – Texas Historical Commission
- The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards—Technical Preservation Services, National Park Service (nps.gov)