The Hingham Historical Commission (HHC) is the town’s historic preservation agency and is charged with identifying and designating historic resources by listing them on the historic inventory. Currently, there are over 1,500 assets listed.
Established in 1974, the Hingham Historical Commission:
The HHC advises private and commercial owners, institutions, and public agencies on historic preservation issues, and participates in reviews of state and federal projects that impact historic resources.
The Hingham Districts Commission (HDC) is a separate town committee charged with managing alterations proposed to the exteriors of homes in a Historic District. The HDC operates independently of the HHC.
|Kevin Burke, Chair
|Sarah Carolan, Vice Chair||2018|