With ten historic districts and 62 individually listed buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Missoula's built (and non-built) past is a critical part of its contemporary charm. From the Moon-Randolph Homestead to the Florence Building, the Milwaukee to the Northern Pacific Railroad depot, the Lolo Trail to the Higgins Bridge, the Alien Detention Barracks at Fort Missoula to the Wilma Theater, our historic places help shape the character which makes Missoula unique.
Learn the latest in Preservation research with these useful studies from the National Trust's Preservation Green Lab. These guides will equip you with quantifiable facts and data related to the many benefits of preserving our built environment.
Historic Preservation Permits are required for alterations to historic properties that are individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Emy Scherrer, Historic Preservation Officer, will assist you in navigating the regulatory framework established in the City’s Historic Preservation Ordinance. See the list of properties subject to review by the Commission.