The purpose of the Landmarks Commission is to advise the city council on historic assets and to safeguard the architectural and cultural heritage of the community through the preservation of historic resources, historic landmarks and districts. The commission may carry out these duties through the identification, documentation and designation of historic assets; development and implementation of a historic preservation plan; administration of ordinances governing the designation, alteration and removal of historic assets; assistance with educational and incentive programs, economic development and tourism, and coordination of public and private historic preservation activities.
Made up of 9 appointed members, the Commission meets at the Holliday Building (620 SE Madison) the 2nd Thursday of each month. Agenda packets can be viewed below.
Additional information on the Landmarks Commission and its members.