Osceola Historic District Zone Information
The Osceola Historic District includes properties in the original downtown. This zone boundaries are marked by Hale Ave from Maple Street (Library) to Ash Street (Episcopal Church), and Poplar Street from Johnson to Ford
Actual addresses inluded in the Osceola Historic District, created in Ordinance No. 1998-736, include:
100 E Hale, 100B E Hale, 101 E Hale, 102 E Hale, 103 E Hale, 104 E Hale, 105 E Hale, 106 E Hale, 107 E Hale, 108 E Hale,
109 E Hale, 111 E Hale, 113 E Hale, 115 E Hale, 117 E Hale, 119 E Hale, 200 E Hale, 201 E Hale, 202 E Hale, 203 E Hale,
204 E Hale, 207 E Hale, 208 E Hale, 208 1/2 E Hale, 209 E Hale, 210 E Hale, 211 E Hale, 212 E Hale, 214 E Hale, 216 E Hale
101 W Hale, 103 W Hale, 106 W Hale, 107 W Hale, 108 W Hale, 109 W Hale, 111 W Hale, 303 W Hale, 306 W Hale, 311 W Hale,
316 W Hale, 317 W Hale, 318 W Hale, 319 W Hale, 320 W Hale
106 N Poplar, 110 N Poplar, 112 N Poplar, 118 N Poplar
109 N Pecan
109 S Pecan
101 N Ash, 109 N Ash
Details regarding the district boundaries, guidelines, and processes for improvements.
Guidelines and Forms
The purposes of the Osceola Historic District is to see to it that the appeal and integrity of the district remains true to its historic past. We coordinate with property owners and work together to keep the district in ideal condition, often assisting with grants or other resources to help ensure that things get done.
There are certain guidelines to the district, including but not limited to color palette for store front, restrictions on what can and cannot be painted, and signage size and placement. For businesses in the district that would like to make improvements to their buildings, please download both the Design Guidelines (which includes the review procedures and steps) and the Application for Certificate of Appropriateness form below, fill out, and return to the district.