City/County Historic Landmarks Commission
Purpose of the Historic Landmarks Commission
Provides stewardship of the historic and architecturally significant properties in the City and County of Spokane.
City Hall, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane WA, City Council Briefing Room
Meets the third Wednesday of every month at 2:00 pm
Details: The members include:
- An architect who is registered in the state of Washington
- A state-certified general real estate appraiser
- Two historians with appropriate degrees or equivalent experience
- A professional archaeologist or anthropologist with appropriate degrees
- An owner or managing agent in a fiduciary capacity of real estate in Spokane's central business district
- An experienced preservation construction specialist
- Two at-large county residents appointed by the County Commissioners
- Two at-large city residents appointed by the City Council
The Commission has the responsibility of designating historic landmarks and districts to the Spokane Register of Historic Places and of managing those landmarks once designated.
Meets monthly for an average of 3 hours per meeting.
For more information, please visit the City of Spokane's website:
Spokane County Code/WAC & RCW References
Kristen Griffin, Historic Preservation Officer