The Longmeadow Historic District was established in 1973. It includes the Longmeadow Green and surrounding areas, including the Town Hall, and the old section of the cemetery (a map showing the exact boundaries can be viewed at the office of the Town clerk). The purpose of the Longmeadow Historic District is to preserve the unique tapestry of the historic areas and to assure the preservation of its historic values to the community.
Any property owner in the district must apply for a certificate of appropriateness before making any alterations to property in the District, that is visible from a public way. The Historic District Commission is an appointed board whose responsibility it is to approve or deny those applications.
Applications may be copied from this website or obtained from the Town Office, and submitted by noon 15 days before a scheduled meeting. Meetings are currently scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month.
Longmeadow Historic District Commission Board Members:
Ed Burt Michelle Steger
Diane Fisher Tim McKenna
Andrew Lam Karen Lazeration
Scott LaVallee Diane Nadeau, Chairperson
- Preliminary Study Report
- June 2012 Map
- HDC- Rules and Regulations
- Instructions for Certificate for Renovation/ Construction in the Historic District
- Application for Certificate for Renovation/ Construction in the Historic District
- Design Guidelines
The Historic District Committee usually meets on the second Tuesday of every month.