The Landmarks Commission is Boston’s historic preservation agency. We perform a wide range of preservation planning and cultural resource management functions.
Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District
Back Bay Architectural District
Bay State Road/Back Bay West Area Architectural...
Historic Beacon Hill District
Fort Point Channel Landmark District
Mission Hill Triangle Architectural...
We promote and preserve Boston's many archaeological resources through curation, excavation, and education.Learn about Archaeology
Demolition Delay application: 3850 Washington Street, Roslindale
Demolition Delay application: 173 Magnolia Street, Dorchester
Demolition Delay application: 20 Whittier Street, Roxbury
The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) and the nine local historic district commissions are comprised of volunteers nominated by professional organizations and neighborhood groups. Find specifics about commissioner appointments in the Boston Landmarks Commission's enabling legislation, and in each district's study report. All commissioners must be appointed by the Mayor and also require City Council confirmation. BLC staff support the commissions' work.
The BLC and City Archaeology Program are part of the City of Boston Environment Department, within the Environment, Energy and Open Space Cabinet. Learn about how we work to protect Boston’s historic resources. Or go straight to the complete 2019 schedule of applications due by and hearing dates for all commissions.
St. Botolph Architectural Conservation District Commission
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