Historic Preservation Commission

Meeting Dates and Times

Generally the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m., or as necessary

Meeting Location

Granbury City Hall, 116 West Bridge Street, Granbury, Texas

Duties and Qualifications

Adopts criteria for the designation of landmarks, promote historic preservation, and increase awareness of the value of historic, cultural, and architectural preservation. Hears and decides on applications for Certificates of Appropriateness regarding properties in historic districts.  

  • Board consists of not more than seven (7) members. Applicants must apply for a specific seat on the board:                          
    • A minimum of four (4) members of the Commission must be owners of a landmark or of property in a historic district. One (1) member may be a member of the Hood County Historical Commission. The remaining voting members of the Commission must be residents of the City of Granbury or own real property located within the corporate limits of the City of Granbury, Texas; however, this requirement shall not apply to the member representing the Hood County Historical Commission.
  • A person who is related within the second decree by affinity or within the third degree by consanguinity to any City Councilperson, Mayor, City Manager and/or Department Head may not be appointed to this board. 
  • This board serves two (2) year terms.
  • Ex Officio (non-voting) members: City Planners

(Ord. 94-483, City Charter Section 10.01)