Mission: The Jefferson County Historic Landmarks Commission operates under the authority granted to landmarks commissions by the West Virginia legislature. Its primary mission is to preserve historic structures within the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County, West Virginia, and to educate persons about the county's heritage. As a branch of Jefferson County government, the Landmarks Commission focuses on heritage education, historic preservation, historic resource development, and research.
Term Length: 3 years
Meeting Schedule: The Jefferson County Historic Landmarks Commission meets every other month on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are usually held in the Charles Town Visitors Center located at 108 N. George Street, Charles Town, WV, 25414.
|Caleb Hudson||Commission Liaison||1/01/23|