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Foxborough House Plaque Program

Owners of older homes in Foxborough are able to request a house plaque from the Foxborough Historical Commission. A Commission member will research the history of a particular home and provide the results to the homeowner. The research typically details the construction date of the home, previous owners and their experiences in the community. The only fee is $70 which pays the cost of the actual plaque and its shipment. The program started in 2000 and there are now over 200 plaques in the town. Having a plaque imposes no restrictions on your home and the process to get one is easy.

The new vendor for the historic house plaques creates them from AZEK with pvc facing. The product is more durable than past plaques and the lettering is waterproof and fade resistant. Below is a link to the order form or one can be obtained at Memorial Hall any Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 or the second Saturday morning of the month from 9 to noon. Please note the check should be made payable to Foxborough Historical Commission Gift Fund and mailed to Historical Commission, 40 South Street, Foxborough 02035

Download a PDF version of the house plaque application here [PDF].

House Plaque

Shown here only as an example is the house plaque from the Kerr Carpenter Haigis house on Central Street in Foxborough.

This page was last updated 10/29/2022

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