What is the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission?

The Historic Resources Commission is Forsyth County’s public agency that is responsible for the County’s landmarks and buildings in the County’s local historic districts. The Commission is involved in all public matters involving historic resources and historic preservation.

The Commission consists of 12 Commissioners and has a 2-member staff, provided by the City-County Planning Board.

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1. What is the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission?
2. When was the Historic Resources Commission created?
3. Who are the Historic Resources Commissioners?
4. What are the Historic Resources Commissioners' duties?
5. Who are the Historic Resources Commission’s staff?
6. What does the Historic Resources Commission’s staff do?
7. Where and when is the place and time of the Historic Resources Commission’s meetings?
8. What is a Certified Local Government?