Historical Preservation Commission
The goal of the Historical Preservation Commission is to Promote and Maintain Cultural Heritage and Historic Integrity within the Matanuska-Susitna Borough and to cultivate Economic Benefits through Historic Preservation.
To do this we protect significant historic and prehistoric resources, material remains, writing and oral histories within the Borough for the benefit of those in the present and future.
Our Four Objectives:
- Identification of Cultural Resources
- Evaluation of Cultural Resources
- Registration of Cultural Resources
- Protection of Cultural Resources
The Historical Preservation Commission (HPC) meets regularly and this schedule is set at the first HPC meeting of each calendar year (as soon as the HPC determines this schedule it will be posted here). The Commission meets in various locations throughout the Borough. Meetings are advertised on this website and the Clerk’s Office website, in the Frontiersman newspaper, and are open to the public.
The next meeting of the HPC will be on Thursday, August 16, 6:30 - 8:30 PM, at the Alpine Historical Society Museum, mile 61.6 of the Glenn Highway, Sutton, AK.
If you are interested in serving on the HPC you can find out more information HERE.
Certified Local Government Annual Reports - The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Historical Preservation Commission (HPC) was established by an Ordinance of the Assembly in April 1982. The MAT-SU Borough became a certified local government (CLG) in September of 1987, and is certified to carry out the purposes of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.
Please, check the Public Meetings schedule for specific meeting information.
Staff supportTed Eischeid