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(a) The owner of an historic resource seeking designation on the City Historic Register shall file an application with the Planning and Community Development Department. The application, with any supporting documentation, will be presented to the Historic District Commission within sixty days following its receipt by the Planning and Community Development Department.
(b) The Historic District Commission may, on its own initiative, recommend the designation of an historic resource for the City Historic Register.
(c) The Historic District Commission shall meet within sixty days of its receipt of the application seeking designation on the City Historic Register to review the application and recommend or deny its addition to the local Historic Register.
(d) If an addition to the City Historic Register is recommended by the Commission, a report of such approval will be sent to the City Commission for that body's approval. Once approval has been given by the City Commission, a notice of such approval shall be sent in writing by the Historic District Commission to the owner of the resource.
(e) If an addition to the City Historic Register is denied by the Historic District Commission, notification in writing of such denial shall be sent to the resource owner by the Historic District Commission detailing the reasons for the denial. Nothing in this subsection shall be deemed to limit an owner's opportunity to re-apply for designation to the City Historic Register.
(Ord. 14-97. Passed 8-5-97.)