Architectural Review Board
The City of Martinsville's Architectural Review Board (ARB) is comprised of citizens who apply for the position and are appointed by City Council. The Architectural Review Board meets monthly or as needed. The board makes sure that changes to contributing structures in the historic districts are made complimentary to its historic fabric.
Members of the Architectural Review Board
Mary Rives Brown - Chair
Thomas Shaw - Vice Chair
Currently, there are no vacancies on the Architectural Review Board for board member positions.
City of Martinsville's Historic Districts
- Uptown Martinsville (established 1998) - Nomination - Map
- East Church Street/Starling (established 2006) - Nomination - Map
- Fayette Street (established 2007) - Nomination - Map
- The Design Guidelines have been accepted by the Planning Commission and City Council for historic properties.
If you wish to submit a Certificate of Appropriateness or Certificate of No Effect, please contact Megan Spencer by email, email@example.com or by phone, 276-403-5156.
Please see the report gathered from Hill Studio for 450 Properties Surveyed
- Hill Studio Final Presentation - Henry County - Final Report
- Martinsville Historic District
- Fayette Street Historic District
- E Church Street/Starling Avenue Historic District
- The National Park Service- The Benefits of Local Historic Districts.
To learn more about the programs of the ARB, please call the Community Development office at 276-403-5156.