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Do you want the city to recognize your property as a historic landmark?
The Historic Preservation Board reviews nominations and recognizes sites that demonstrate significance in history, architecture, archaeology, engineering or culture.
Local historic landmarks must meet one or more of the following criteria:
Call the Historic Preservation Office at 407.246.3416 to set up a meeting to discuss the nomination.
You will need to provide:
The application must be completed by the property owner or an authorized agent.
Complete the Form
We will contact you with a project number to upload plans.
You will receive an email that will include a link to ProjectDox and a temporary password to log in.
Submit Your Plans
We will review your project and contact you with next steps. Timelines are determined by the Historic Preservation Board and City Council meeting schedules.
The Historic Preservation Officer will present his recommendations to the board and you should attend to answer any questions. Final approval will be granted by City Council.
An ordinance about the site goes through two City Council meetings and is open for public discussion. The first read “accepts” the ordinance and the second “adopts” the ordinance. If adopted, then your property will be officially recognized as a local historic landmark.