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Landmark Preservation Commission Design Review

The Landmark Preservation Commission meets the first and third Tuesday of every month.

A - To have your project reviewed at a specific meeting, your application must be submitted no later than noon at least four weeks prior to the meeting date. Download the 2020 LPC Meeting Submission Dates and Deadlines (PDF) to learn more about when to submit materials. LPC agendas are capped at a certain number of projects, so specific dates are not guaranteed. Projects with complete applications will be added to the agendas on a first come first served basis, and once and agenda is full, projects will be scheduled for the next available meeting.

B - Upon receipt of an application, Landmark staff will evaluate the completeness of your application and perform a preliminary design guideline evaluation. If necessary, staff will return the submittal with comments for revisions.

C - Once the submittal is deemed complete, landmark staff will add the project to an LPC meeting agenda and prepare a staff report, which will include a recommendation to approve, approve with conditions or deny the project.

D - The applicant must provide one digital submission of the updated submittal emailed to Landmark staff at least 7 business days prior to the scheduled LPC meeting. If the digital copy is not received 7 business days prior to the meeting the project will be removed from the LPC agenda. No changes may be made to the application once the digital copy has been submitted.

 
More information

For additional information about the Landmark Preservation Commission, meetings and procedures, visit the LPC page.