The mission of the O’Fallon Historic Preservation Commission is to provide a means to promote the cultural, economic and general welfare of the public through the preservation and protection of structures and areas of historic and cultural interest within the City of O’Fallon.
The O’Fallon Historic Preservation Commission consists of eight (8) voting members, and up to three (3) non-voting members. Each of the City’s Wards will be represented and three members will serve the committee at large.
Voting members must be residents of O’Fallon. Non-voting members should be experts in historic preservation that may or may not be residents of the City.
The City Council liaison to the O’Fallon Historic Preservation Commission is Councilmember Jim Ottomeyer. Email comments or questions about the O’Fallon Historic Preservation Commission to the Commission’s recording secretary Melinda Bostic.