Enriching and protecting our community’s historic resources is the Historic Resources Commission's (HRC) role. This is done by administering the local historic district and landmark programs, and by working with programs and projects relating to historic resources throughout Forsyth County, including architectural inventories, historic markers, and National Register nominations. The Commission is a 12-member body; the local ordinance establishing the HRC requires that a majority of the Commission members must have demonstrated special interest, experience, or education in history, architecture, archaeology, or related fields. Information regarding the work and activities of the HRC can be found on the Historic Resource Commission’s website.
One seat is an at-large position (4-year term), which requires that the member have a demonstrated interest or competence in, or knowledge of, historic preservation. Member must be a resident of the Village of Clemmons. Appointment to the Commission is made by the Village of Clemmons Council.
Clemmons Representative on the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission