Borough of Closter, NJ

Historic Preservation Comission

Publications

These publications are available as Microsoft™ Word documents or as Adobe™ PDF files. If you do not have the free software to read PDF files, click here.


The Nomination Report for the Closter Borough Hall is available through this Web site. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Nomination Report for the Lustron house is available through this Web site. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Nomination Report for the Closter Depot Building is available through this Web site. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Nomination Report for the Centennial AME Zion Church is available through this Web site. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Nomination Report describing the proposed West Street and Harrington Avenue District, prepared by the Closter Historic Preservation Commission is available through this Web site. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Designation Report describing the Designation Hearing for the West Street/Harrington Avenue District on August 4, 2009. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Nomination Report for the Resolvert Nagel House and Farm Complex, 119 Hickory Lane. Click to download the report as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document.


The Historic Preservation element to the Closter Master Plan draft. This element is available as a Microsoft Word document or an Adobe PDF file, incorporating several color maps. However, these are fairly large files. If your Internet bandwidth is limited, you may prefer to download just the text of the plan (as a Word document or a PDF file). The images are also available separately as a PDF file.


Click here to download the brochure published by the Closter Historic Preservation Commission on the West Street and Harrington Avenue district.


Click below to download current and back issues of the Closter Historical Society newsletter: