Farmington Historic District Commission

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The Historic District Commission is charged with promoting the educational, cultural, economic and general welfare of the Town through the preservation and protection of the distinctive characteristics of buildings and places of historic interest within an established historic district.  The Farmington Village Historic District was established in 1964.


Upcoming Public Hearings 

Miss Porter's School - Porter Road

Beverly Howlett - 99 Main Street

Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office Information:

March 4, 2019 Historic Homes Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program Presentation

Historic Homes Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program Handout


Map of Properties in the Farmington Historic District


Farmington Historic District - Description and Guidelines

Meeting Schedule

 Historic Homes Located in the Town of Farmington


Farmington Historic District Commission Review

The following FAQs are not meant to be exclusive or exhaustive, and situations will often arise which require discussion with the Commission's Chairman or vice-Chairman to determine whether they need formal review by the Commission. Commissioners hope that the following will lead to greater efficiency and avoid uncertainty regarding the need for review. Please note that if your specific item does not fall under the Historic District Commission's purview, you may still need a building and/or zoning permit. Please feel free to contact the Planning Office at (860) 675-2325 if you have any questions.


  • What items DO NEED REVIEW by the Commission for installation or removal?
  • What items DO NOT NEED REVIEW by the Commission?
  • What items MAY NEED REVIEW by the Commission?