Farmington Heritage Landmarks are buildings, sites, structures and districts that have been designated by the City Council in recognition of their historical, architectural, archaeological or cultural significance. Properties are nominated for landmark designation by the Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) with the consent of the owners. Once a property has been designated a Farmington Heritage Landmark by the City Council, it cannot be demolished or moved without a special permit approved by the HPC (remodeling and maintenance work does not always require commission approval).
Farmington has recognized sixteen landmarks. Take a tour with the interactive historic landmark application below.