Historic Preservation Commission Plaque Program

Is your home 70 years or older? If you answered yes, then your home is historic.

Picture of Historic Plaque

Purchase your very own Farmington Historic Plaque for only $100

Farmington’s Historic Preservation Commission comprises nine volunteers appointed by the Mayor and City Council. We are deeply committed to fulfilling the responsibilities outlined in our City’s Code: To identify, preserve and protect the rich history and architecture of Farmington as expressed in our community’s buildings, monuments, streetscapes, and landmarks.

To that end, the Commission is proud to offer a Farmington Historic Plaque Program for owners of historic structures built before 1950. No other restrictions apply.

The plaques are 9″ x 13″ high-quality aluminum and will feature the build date, address, City logo, and a brief description of the building’s architectural or historical significance. The plaques can be mounted directly onto a home, fence, or post.

You will be redirected to a page asking for your information during your purchase. Do not worry if you don’t know much about your home; the Commission is happy to assist property owners in ascertaining the site’s history, upon request. We will verify the property’s historical significance and submit any proposed changes to the owner for final approval.

The Commission hopes that owners of historic properties will take advantage of this new Plaque Program to highlight and celebrate our community’s rich heritage. We plan to offer the Plaque Program on an ongoing basis so that properties can “age in” to eligibility at 70 years old.

For questions about the Plaque Program, please get in touch with David Barney at dbarney@farmington.utah.gov or 801-706-7512.