Work Requiring a Building Permit
Approval is required by the Historic Preservation Commission, prior to obtaining a permit through the Building Division, for any work that is proposed at a property that is designated as a Historic Landmark or is located within a Historic District when that work is visible from the public right-of-way and requires a building permit.
While some projects require review before the Historic Preservation Commission, many projects are reviewed administratively. Please consult the Permit Review Matrix to determine the level of review required for your proposed project.
A pre-application meeting is not required for every type of project. The purpose of the pre-application meeting is to provide direction to the applicant; to review the application process and requirements; and to establish a reasonable timeline for completion of the case.
|Historic Property Demolition Request||Historic Landmark Nomination|
|Historic Property Economic Hardship||Historic Designation Objection|
|Historic District Nomination|