The purpose of the Historical Commission is to recognize, preserve and bring public attention to the historical treasures of the city and to promote a historical interest in the arts. The commission is responsible for the permanent perpetuation of the history of the city.
- Receiving, cataloging, preserving and displaying articles of historic interest and significance.
- Maintaining, preserving, restoring, and managing buildings of historic interest and significance which are owned by the city.
- Encouraging the preservation and perpetuation of historic articles and architecture through programs and activities designed to promote community awareness.
- Enhancing historic areas with buildings and/or facilities to increase the enjoyment and use of the city’s cultural and historic facilities.
The City of Owosso Historical Commission is made up of eight Owosso residents and a city council representative who are voting members. Additionally, the Commission employs a part time Historic Facilities Project Director to assist the group in accomplishing their mission.
Second Monday of each month, 7:00 p.m.
Curwood Castle, 226 Curwood Castle Dr.