Home Owners Reference Guide
All of Westheight has had the honor since the 1980s of being designated on the National Register of Historic Places and the Register of Historic Kansas Places as the “Westheight Manor Historic District.” That state and national designation has not only brought us wide recognition but also has offered many property owners access to historic grants and historic tax credits.
As a home owner in the boundaries of Westheight Manor we all need to do our best in preserving the historic integrity of the structures that we call home.
Note that the boundaries of the Westheight Manor Historic District are State Avenue on the south, 18th Street on the east, and Wood Avenue on the north. The west boundary more or less zig-zags down 22nd Street, west on Everett Avenue, and south again on 25th Street.
Below are some documents of reference regarding the local codes and permits procedures that apply to our historic homes in Westheight Manor.
When do you need to get a permit and building inspections?
What online resources are available?
What kind of tax incentives are available?
Official Standards for Rehabilitation of a Historic Property
The Unified Government's Neighborhood Revitalization Act
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