The Cranbrook Heritage Register identifies properties that are considered by Cranbrook City Council to have heritage significance in our community. The Heritage Register is a planning and promotional tool providing recognition and formal status to a Heritage Site. It is a statement that the community values the heritage significance of the site. It does not limit changes a heritage property owner can make to the site or offer any formal protection but its strength is in the recognition that the community feels it is important and should be preserved.
The Register includes the reasons why a property is considered to have heritage value, and may distinguish between different degrees and kinds of heritage value.
The next deadline for nominations is April 15, 2020.
The following properties have been approved for inclusion in the Heritage Registry:
CPR Freight Shed – 75 Van Horne Street South – PID 024 637 483
St. Aiden Orthodox Church – 201 – 7th Ave South – PID 016 702 468
Manual Training School – 202, Kootenay Street North – PID 026 564 815
Cranbrook City Hall – 40 – 10th Avenue South – PID 024 682 152
Fire Hall #1 – 37 – 11th Avenue South – PID 016 374 614
Masonic Temple – 11 – 11th Avenue South – PID 016 158 687
Old General Cemetery – 601 Borden Road – PID 016 003 373
For additional information about the Heritage Registry or if you have questions, please contact:
Director, Community Services
City of Cranbrook