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Heritage Conservation

Moncton’s heritage properties reflect the city’s history, helping to tell the story of our past. Having withstood the test of time, these gracious, timeless properties offer solid construction and unique architectural detail.  Heritage properties contribute significantly to the urban flavour and to the essence of our city. In 1996, the City of Moncton established Heritage Preservation By-law Z-1116 to help protect Moncton’s rich collection of architecture and landscapes that date back to the nineteenth century. Currently, more than 120 properties are protected as individual landmarks.

View the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada.

Heritage By-Law

The City's Heritage By-Law ensures that designated heritage homes and buildings are restored to reflect their original historical character.

View the Proposed Heritage Conservation By-Law

View the Statement of Significance for Elmwood Cemetery

Heritage Buildings

The City of Moncton is concerned with preserving its history and heritage. To that end, the City offers homeowners of designated heritage properties who wish to restore or renovate the exterior of their building important guidelines on heritage restoration. Grants are also available to property owners with projects that preserve or enhance the historic character of the City of Moncton (grant policy / Heritage Grant - Application Form). Heritage homeowners must apply for a Municipal Heritage Permit.

To apply for a Municipal Heritage Permit please contact:

Heritage Officer

Building Inspection
2nd Floor
City Hall
655 Main Street,
Moncton, N.B. E1C 1E8
Tel: 506-856-4375

General Information:

Heritage and Culture Coordinator

Resurgo Place

20 Mountain Road
Moncton, N.B. E1C 2J8
Tel: 506-856-4383

Municipal Heritage Permit

If you wish to apply for a Certificate of Appropriateness, download and print a copy of the application (Application for Municipal Heritage Permit) or contact:

Heritage Officer

Building Inspection
2nd Floor
City Hall
655 Main Street,
Moncton, N.B. E1C 1E8
Tel: 506-856-4375

Grants

Owners who protect their heritage also protect their investment. Heritage homeowners who wish to restore or renovate the exterior of their building or property can apply for the City’s heritage grant program. Please consult the Grant policy and application form for further information or 506-856-4383 or info.heritage@moncton.ca.

Heritage Conservation Board

The Heritage Conservation Board is appointed by Moncton City Council to oversee the administration of the Heritage Preservation By-law Z-1116. The City's Heritage By-law ensures that designated heritage homes or buildings are restored to reflect their original historical character. Please contact 506-856-4383 or info.heritage@moncton.ca for further information. View the Heritage Conservation Board's Mandate

View the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada. 

 

 

Heritage Conservation Board of Directors

Marcus Cormier, Chair

Andre Boudreau

Martin Leblanc

Daniel St-Louis

Nick Hansen

Joe Tippet

Chris Bacich

Councillor Paulette Theriault

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