If you love history and the beauty of the county, join a great group of community representatives who have a passion for preserving the unique features of Nevada County. The Historical Landmarks Commission works to preserve and build public engagement with Nevada County’s treasures by identifying historical objects and sites for landmark designation, by working with the board of supervisors, and by increasing public awareness of these historical resources. Since the creation of the commission in 1969, the board and commission have successfully designated over 200 historical landmarks throughout the county. Currently, there is a vacancy available for a District 1 appointee who must live in District 1. (Please note that there have been subtle changes to the District 1’s boundaries; to verify your district visit Find Your District.)
For further information on the Historical Landmark Commission, please visit Nevada County Historical Landmarks Commission (http://nevadacountylandmarks.com/). Please apply here if you are interested in serving as the District 1 appointee! Applications are due by October 4th; once applications have been received; interviews will be scheduled.
We are value diversity and equal opportunities and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided with reasonable accommodation to participate on the commission.