The Hailey Historic Preservation Commission

Hailey Main Street at Croy Street looking North 1913.

Hailey Main Street at Croy Street looking North 1913.

Mission

The purpose of the HHPC is to promote the historic, architectural, archaeological and cultural heritage, features and qualities of Hailey. We attempt to achieve this goal by enhancing historic Hailey’s “sense of place”, recognizing historic preservation efforts, and promoting educational outreach. We see Hailey as a vibrant, growing, evolving community but recognize the importance of integrating Hailey’s past into its future.

Join the Hailey Historic Preservation Commission!

The commission welcomes volunteers to help carry out the mission described above. Person with backgrounds or experience in the following are especially encouraged: History, Archeology, Architecture, Construction, Documentation, Journalism, Photography. The commission has recently been combined with the City of Hailey Arts Commission (HAHPC). The Hailey Arts & Historic Preservation Committee currently meets the second Thursday of each month with occasional additional subcommittee meetings. Please check the meeting schedule here.

Appointments to the commission are made by the Mayor and City Council. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a resume to the HAHPC c/o City Hall or via email. For more information see our website or email us! Thank you.

Bullion Block
Bullion Block
South west corner of
Main Street & Bullion
Currently North and Co.

Most photos courtesy of the Blaine County Historical Museum.

   
"There may have been a time when preservation was about saving an old building here and there, but those days are gone. Preservation is in the business of saving communities and the values they embody." - Richard Moe, President, National Trust for Historic Preservation