The Victoria of today is a modern city, but it has not lost its small town atmosphere. Victoria’s rich and unique historic past can be experienced through its downtown.
For more information on incentives offered by Victoria Main Street Program, please visit the Incentives Page.
Demolition permits for historic structures are automatically stayed for 60 days to allow interested parties to explore alternatives to demolition. This delay applies to any structure built prior to 1950 and listed in the Victoria Historic Resource Survey; any structure located within one of the Historic Districts; any property recorded as a Texas Historical Landmark; or listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
On April 3, 2007 the City Council adopted two historic districts; the Original Townsite Historic District and the Victoria Heights Historic District. The Nine Rivers Historic District was created on September 7, 2010 and the College Park Historic District was created on May 7, 2013.
The placement of manufactured and industrialized housing as well as new billboards are prohibited within the historic districts.