The Historic Advisory Committee, to be appointed by the town board, shall consist of five members providing a balanced, community representation In addition, the town historian shall serve as an ex-officio nonvoting member. Members shall be residents of the Town of Victor who have an interest and knowledge of local history, historic preservation, and architectural development are especially encouraged to apply.
Committee Powers & Duties
To advise, assist, and support the historian, town board, Planning Board, and Zoning Board in matters pertaining to Victor’s historic and archaeological resources
To help identify and research the annual historic Victor plaque program nominees
To assist individuals in making nominations to the State and National Registers of Historic Places
To provide assistance in securing grants that might contribute to the reuse and preservation of historic structures in the community;
To contribute knowledge for educational materials that promote an understanding and appreciation of preserving the character of Victor, including, but not limited to walking tours, brochures, a marker program for historic properties, lectures, exhibits. and conferences
The committee was formed by the Victor Town Board on January 25, 2010. The committee works to preserve, interpret, and education others about the historic and archaeological resources in the Town of Victor.