During the 1980s, the City Council of McKinney passed ordinances establishing two historic districts and the regulations that oversee them. These districts were formed in order to protect, enhance, and perpetuate the historical and cultural significance of the buildings and sites that helped to shape the identity of generations of citizens.
The districts are significant and necessary to promote the economic, cultural, educational and general welfare of the public. These districts protect and enhance the distinctive elements that make McKinney unique, foster civic pride and make McKinney more attractive to visitors. They provide a stimulus to the economy, ensure efficient and harmonious growth and promote economic prosperity and welfare by improving properties and encouraging their appropriate use.
The following ordinances have been listed for your convenience: