Although many of the magnificent structures from Burlington's early days have been torn down by one means or another, significant clusters of buildings survive to remind and teach us of times gone by. Historic Preservation gained strong support throughout the country following the days of Urban Renewal. Today, many government and non-profit organizations are working together to bring old buildings and properties to life.
If you are contemplating renovations to your historic home, feel free to drop by the City Planning & Community Development Department and browse through our files of information and preservation magazines. For those of you living in the locally regulated West Burlington Historic District or Glencoe Mill Village Historic District, be sure to visit the Historic Preservation Commission's page to learn about deadlines, guidelines and tips to make your next home project a preservation success story. Please call (336) 513-5416 for more information.