City of Waupaca's Historic Preservation Commission
The City of Waupaca's Historic Preservation Commission's purpose is to recognize, preserve and enhance areas, sites and structures that contribute to Waupaca’s unique and distinctive environment. The Commission is made up of seven members appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation by the Common Council. The Historic Preservation Commission meets monthly or more often if necessary. Meetings are open to the public and the meeting dates, times, and locations are posted at the Waupaca City Hall.
The City of Waupaca's Historic Preservation web page contains information on historic buildings, homes and districts in the city. This page also contains information the process of becoming a historic landmark in the city of Waupaca, along with information on Waupaca sites that are also designated on the state and national historic registers.
Agendas and minutes for the Commission can be found here.
Upcoming Programs at the Waupaca Historical Society!
- November 12-21: Pre-order your commemorative Yuletide Trail tin for the cookie walk! Tins are $20 and support the Waupaca Historical Society!
- Sat., Dec. 4: Yuletide Trail
Bring your commemorative holiday tin and join the cookie walk at Yuletide Trail! Shop downtown, see Santa, enjoy a stop at the fire pits outside City Hall, crafts and hot chocolate outside the library, and much, much more!
2021 FALL Hours (UPDATE!)
This fall, he Holly Center will be open to the public on
Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Fridays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
WHS COVID POLICY
Following CDC guidelines, masks are required in all of our buildings. We encourage all visitors to maintain a 6-foot distance from others and remain at home if exposed to COVID-19 or feeling unwell.
Appointments outside of open hours at any WHS buildings can be made by calling the Holly History and Genealogy Center at (715) 256-9980 or emailing
Tracy Behrendt at