The Upper Dublin Historical Commission was established in 2006 by the Upper Dublin Board of Commissioners, under Ordinance #1175. Visit the documents web page to download the ordinance and the associated resource inventory referred to in the ordinance.
Historical Commission meetings take place the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00pm at the Township Building. All meetings are open to the public. Visit the Meeting Calendar to check on meeting days, dates, times and locations.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas and minutes for meetings of the Historical Commission are available as downloadable PDFs. Minutes are posted after they have been approved and signed.
Contact the Historical Commission:
The Commission welcomes and encourages your suggestions for possible programming as well as your thoughts, ideas, or concerns about history and architecture and its role in our community. Please write to us at the Township address or send the Historical Commission an email.
Historical Commission e-News Sign-up
To receive Historical Commission-specific email updates, send your email and contact information to the e-news administrator.
The Upper Dublin Historical Commission seeks to foster awareness and appreciation of our community’s history, encourage the preservation of local resources, and offer information and assistance to residents and owners of commercial and residential properties.
Visit the Historic Preservation web page for more information about historic preservation in Upper Dublin and links to helpful web sites including preservation briefs provided by the National Park Service.
Guide to Researching the History of Upper Dublin Properties
The Historical Commission has compiled a guide to researching Upper Dublin properties. Download the guide.
Historic Site Surveys
Surveys were conducted to select residents' top ten historic sites in October of 2008 and October of 2009.
Download the survey results and images.