The City of St. Cloud’s Historic Preservation Board will hold a workshop this month to discuss the city’s nomination for the National Register of Historic Places. Property owners within the proposed St. Cloud National Register Historic District are encouraged to attend the workshop to learn more, ask questions and provide feedback.

The workshop will be begin at 5 pm on Tuesday, June 14, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 1300 9th St.

The St. Cloud National Register Historic District closely mirrors the boundaries of the existing St. Cloud Historic District, which is generally bounded by 9th Street, Wisconsin Avenue, Ohio Avenue between 9th and 12th streets, Indiana Avenue between 12th and 13th streets, and 13th Street.

In 2020, the City conducted a survey and inventory of buildings in the area to identify historic resources that would potentially contribute to the proposed historic district. The findings were presented to the City Council and the public during three presentation sessions. This information was used as the basis for the nomination.

At the workshop, representatives from the Florida Bureau of Historic Preservation will present information on the National Register of Historic Places and the city’s historic district nomination, and will discuss how National Register designation would impact property owners.

Copies of the district map and the historic district nomination are available from Ruben A. Acosta, Survey and Registration Supervisor,, or 850-245-6364.