Salem Historic Landmarks Commission
Historic Buildings for Salem, Oregon
Salem Historic Preservation Plan
Historic Preservation Code - SRC Chapter 230
Summary of Recent Changes to Chapter 230
FAQ Sheet- Public Historic Code
The Historic Landmarks Commission (HLC) was established in 1986 with the City's adoption of a Historic Preservation Program. In 2010, an updated Historic Preservation Plan was adopted by the City and acts as the workplan for the HLC.
The Commission is made up of City residents who volunteer their time and professional expertise to review, designate, and encourage the preservation of historic resources, as well as providing review of certain development applications for conformance with the historic preservation code standards and guidelines. Federal program requirements specify that a majority of the HLC should be comprised of professionals in the fields of history, archeology, anthropology, architecture, conservation & curating, engineering, historic preservation, and landscape architecture.
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The Commission routinely meets on the third Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, Salem Civic Center (City Hall). These meetings are open to the public and everyone is encouraged to attend.
To learn more about the Historic Landmarks Commission, meeting agenda, listed historic resources, alteration/design review, research, technical assistance, code requirements, etc., explore the links on this web page, and/or contact the staff liaison at 503-588-6173.
HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION
HLC Meeting Agendas - Minutes - Decisions
Link to Salem's HERITAGE PORTAL website
List of Historic Resources (Rev. Jan. 2013)
Residential Toolbox Grant Program
Salem Landmark Newsletters