The Mission of Preservation Chelsea

It is our mission to preserve Chelsea as a village rich with history and charm, reflected by historic buildings, surrounding farmlands, and as found in our beautiful and vibrant village center. We aim to work through education, offering to ourselves and the community the history of Chelsea as well as the issues shaping our future. We intend actively to preserve historic landmarks and to have a voice in all issues that affect any possible de-centralization of our village. It is our intention to pursue this mission with full involvement and input from merchants and citizens of Chelsea and to act in ways that make sense for the preservation of Chelsea's charm and historic integrity while supporting a vibrant and successful downtown.

Federal Screw Works

Federal Screw Works
This property has been under threat of total demolition since 2008--there are historically signficant and architecturally interesting sections that should be preserved!

Jackson Street Panorama

Jackson Street Panorama
The DDA voted at the meeting on 9.20.12 to demolish the Daniels Addition Car Showroom despite the letter from the State Historic Preservation Office. (please read below)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Workshops sponsored by DDA, MHPN, SHPO, Library, Preservation Chelsea, CACC

Rehabilitation Tax Credit Workshop
for downtown commercial property owners

If you are thinking of rehabilitating your downtown commercial property, or acquiring a property that may need to be rehabilitated, this library-sponsored workshop is for you. Because downtown Chelsea will soon be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Federal Income Tax Credit for rehabilitations for commercial buildings will be available. Come learn about this valuable incentive for commercial property owners in the National Register district. Free. Pre-registration not required.
Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: Chelsea District Library, 221 S. Main Street, McKune Room
Facilitated by: Michigan Historic Preservation Network and
the State Historic Preservation Office

Thinking about improving your commercial property?
Come learn about available financial incentives!
Financial Incentives for Community Development
for commercial property owners

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation administers many financial incentive programs to help spur development and reinvestment in Michigan communities. Come learn if any of these incentives could help you improve or rehabilitate your buildings or property. MEDC’s Community Assistance Team programs include Community Development Block Grants for fa├žade improvements, blight elimination, and the Signature Building program, as well as Brownfield incentives and technical assistance with many other state incentive programs for community development. Free. Pre-registration not required.
Date: Monday, February 28, 2011
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Location: Chelsea District Library, 221 S. Main Street, McKune Room
Facilitated by: Deborah Stuart, Community Assistance Specialist,
MEDC’s Community Assistance Team
For more information, e-mail info@mhpn.org.

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