The Landmarks Commission surveys and inventories community historic resources; recommends the designation of historic sites and landmarks; reviews applications for Certificates of Historic Appropriateness; reviews applications for rezoning, conditional use permits, and variances which apply to historic resources; reviews applications for Redevelopment Agency rehabilitation and historic preservation loans; and reviews and comments on nominations for the National Register of Historic Places.
The Landmarks Commission meets quarterly, usually on a Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. and can last up to two hours. Special meetings can be held on an as-needed basis.
Commission Members should be able to:
- Be willing to study and take time to understand Provo City zoning ordinances dealing with historic landmarks
- Deal with stressful and emotional situations
- Have a love of preserving our heritage yet welcoming progress
Current members of the Landmarks Commission include:
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Nominate yourself or someone else to serve on the Landmarks Commission by filling out the online application.