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Historic Resource Design Guidelines

On May 25, 2021, the City Council unanimously adopted the long awaited Historic Resources Ordinance Amendments and Historic Resources Design Guidelines. The Historic Resources Ordinance includes essential updates to continue protecting and preserving historic resources, including the ability to adopt Historic Districts. For owners of historic resources, the companion Historic Resource Design Guidelines assist in designing successful alterations, additions and even new construction next to a historic resource.

 
Historic Resource Design Guidelines
 Cover and Table of Contents  Section 1: Introduction, Standards and Regulations
 Section 2: Preservation of Historic Resources   Chapter 2.1: Windows
 Chapter 2.2: Doors  Chapter 2.3: Exterior Woodwork
 Chapter 2.4: Exterior Plaster and Masonry  Chapter 2.5: Roofs, Roof Elements and Chimneys
 Chapter 2.6: Porches and Balconies  Chapter 2.7: Exterior Paint
 Section 3: Alterations, Additions and new Construction  Section 4: Streetscape, Landscape and Lighting Elements
 Glossary  
Design Guidelines Appendices
Historic Architectural Styles Guide
Districts and Boundary Maps
Nomination Form for Historic Designation Historic Resources Ordinance
Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Resources

Last Updated: Jun 21, 2021
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