Rhonda Budvarson - Chair
Barbara Bennett - Vice-Chair
The Historic Preservation Commission welcomes visitors with an interest in the Hayden Community history to attend the Commission meetings on the 2nd
Thursday of every month at 11:00 am.
The purpose of the Historic Preservation Commission, as defined in Hayden City Code, is to promote the educational, cultural, economic, and general welfare of the public of the City of Hayden through identification, evaluation, designation, and protection of those buildings, sites, districts, areas, structures, and objects that reflect significant elements of the city’s, state’s, and the nation’s historic, architectural, archaeological, and cultural heritage.
History can encompass many things. It can be physical preservation or the knowledge and experience of citizens.
The mission of the Hayden Historic Preservation Commission is to gather, preserve, and advance the story of the Hayden Community.
- To gather – to collect pieces of the Hayden Community history to illustrate the story;
- To preserve – to document and retain pieces of the Hayden Community history;
- To advance – to provide a place or forum to present the story of Hayden.
If you are interested in volunteering for the Historic Preservation Commission, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities
page for more information.
The Commission has found the 1950 Census
contains valuable historical information.
If you have any questions please contact Community Development Director, Donna Phillips, at (208) 209-2022
or via email