As you tour Hudson, you may notice the distinctive white markers featuring the HHA logo, along with a date and name. For the past 50 years, HHA has awarded these markers to signify a property’s importance to the city’s architecture and history. The markers note the date the structure was built and, typically, the first owner or occupant.
HHA provides detailed guidelines to help property owners research and compile this information so it can be considered for a marker. If you believe your property might qualify for an HHA marker, please contact us to discuss your interest in undertaking this research. Learn more about the HHA Marker Program, including standards, qualifications, and research process through these links:
HHA Research Standards&Guidelines 2016
GUIDE TO OLD HOUSE RESEARCH 2016
Tax and Deed records form for HHA research owners chronologically
Tax and Deed records form for HHA research blank form
Tax and Deed records form for HHA research 115 Ravenna St example
You can view a collection of properties that bear the HHA marker by accessing the information available through this site. Simply conduct your search using the
“Find a Property” feature.
Find a Property
HHA also is a co-sponsor, along with the city of Hudson, of the
Heritage Home Program, which provides resources and technical support to owners of properties 50 years old or older. To learn more about the HHP, click here.