Historic Preservation Review Board

The Historic Preservation Review Board works with city staff to preserve, protect and enhance buildings and areas which represent or reflect distinctive and important elements of the city’s architectural, archaeological, cultural, social, economic, ethnic and political history. To work to safeguard the city’s historic and cultural heritage, and to provide procedures for local review of changes to significant structures and of new construction, reconstruction, building alternation and demolition within designated historic districts. All members should have knowledge and experience in the architectural, archeological, cultural, social, economic, ethnic or political history of Lewiston. Department of Planning and Code Enforcement support provided by the Planning Director.

Historic Preservation Review Board Members serve 3 year terms. A listing of the current members can be found in the Boards and Committees Directory.

Meetings: First Thursday of each month (3:00 p.m.) in the Administrative Conference Room, City Hall.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas for the Historic Preservation Review Board meetings are also available in the Planning & Code Office.
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The most currently accepted meeting minutes of the Historic Preservation Review Board are posted as soon as possible.
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