HOW WE CAN HELP

We hope the following resources will be of use to you in the realization of your business goals! 

 

Map Of BID District

 

Map Of Historic District

 

Downtown Directory

 

City Of Menomonie Website

 

Full City Code

We thought you might be interested in these specific links relevant to business owners within the City Code:

- Historic Preservation Commission

Regulating And Licensing Dancing In Licensed Premises

Storage Or Display On Sidewalks And Rights Of Way

- Snow And Ice Removal

- Use Of Amplifying Equipment

Wisconsin Main Street Program Resource Team Report Summary

Wisconsin Main Street Program Resource Team Report (Large File)

        

Sign Grants: New business owners are eligible for a sign grant up to $150. Click here for the application.

 

Regional Business Fund Loan Program Website, which includes façade loans. Many of these zero or low interest loans are now available again, following a brief hiatus.

 

Secretary of the Interior’s Preservation Briefs Website which gives some great technical information on historic buildings.

 

Additionally, here are the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. These are very helpful in giving an overview of best practices when working on a historic building, especially if someone plans to utilize preservation tax credits.

 

 

Historic Preservation Commission Website

 

The Menomonie Historic Preservation Commission approved paint colors are within the Historic Color Palettes of two paint companies: Benjamin Moore and Pittsburg Paints. Samples of these colors can be acquired for free from Krogers in Menomonie at 554 South Broadway. Below are links to available colors within the historic palettes of both companies:

 

http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-gallery#&ce_vm=2&ce_col=HC
http://www.ppgvoiceofcolor.com/collections/essential-collections/historic-collection

Most work performed on the exterior of any building in the Historic District requires pre-approval from the Historic Preservation Commission.  The commission currently meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.  Requests are made by completing a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) which needs to be submitted to the Downtown Menomonie Executive Director by Noon on the 2nd Friday of the month in order to be added to the next agenda of the Commission.    

 

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