Kevin Loftin Riverfront Park playground is closed indefinitely due to safety concerns.

Properties nominated for local landmark status

The Charles T. and Beatrice Chafin Stowe House, 304 South Central Avenue

Stowe House final report

Historic Preservation Advisory Board

The City of Belmont has a distinctive and important history as a thriving town and textile manufacturing center, and has been a city of sundry cultural origins and ancestral traditions.  As a consequence of the city's historic background its architectural character grew from the vision of its landowners and citizens who saw the area evolve through four centuries of progress and expansion. The city wishes to protect its architectural past by enlisting the help of interested citizens who are dedicated to the cause of preserving our history through observation, research and education.

On April 1, 2019, the city council established a historic preservation advisory board to further these goals by assisting the property owners of residential and commercial building in the voluntary designation of local landmarks, to promote historic preservation efforts, and to coordinate with the Gaston County Historic Preservation and our local historic organizations in this pursuit.

Agendas and Minutes

The Historic Preservation Advisory Board's posted agendas and meeting minutes can be found via the link below.

Contact

For questions or inquiries about Historic Preservation Advisory Board, please contact Melissa Lockamy at the information below.

Melissa Lockamy
City Planner

Close window