Historic Preservation

The Historic Preservation Office supports the Planning Board and the Historic Preservation Commission by providing for the identification, designation, and regulation of historic sites in Montgomery County. Historic Preservation staff also maintains an archive and library of documentation on historic resources in Montgomery County and provides preservation outreach and guidance on preservation best-practices to the public. If you are interested in historic buildings, sites, and programs in Montgomery County Parks, please visit Montgomery Parks.

News

The MRO Auditorium and Building are CLOSED to the public.

 

The May 13th HPC Meeting has been cancelled. All cases on the May docket will be heard via call-in information below on MAY 27TH at 6:30pm.

 

GENERAL PUBLIC WISHING TO OBSERVE SHOULD FOLLOW THE MEETING VIA THIS AUDIO LINK: https://montgomeryplanningboard.org/meetings/watch-online/

 

CALL IN NUMBER FOR APPLICANTS AND TESTIMONY ONLY: The HPC Meeting will be run through a LIVE Call-In Number below for applicants and those wishing to testify. If you wish to observe the meeting only, please watch via the link above. Callers must identify themselves for the record and wait to be acknowledged by the Meeting Clerk and Chair. Members of the public or applicants may submit exhibits, but they must be submitted no later than 9am the day of the Meeting (May 27th) via this email: mcp-historic@mncppc-mc.org

 

PHONE NUMBER: +1 443-961-1463

CONFERENCE ID: 493 105 903#

 

HAWP APPLICATIONS: HAWP Applications are still being accepted electronically for review by the Historic Preservation Commission.

Applications should be made via this link at the Department of Permitting Services: https://permittingservices.montgomerycountymd.gov/account/Login.aspx

 

PLEASE CALL THE HP OFFICE 9:30-3:30 PM IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE COMPLETING THE APPLICATION AND WE WILL WORK WITH YOU.

ALL TREE REMOVAL REQUESTS FOR DEAD, DYING, DISEASED TREES CAN STILL BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY TO OUR OFFICE EMAIL AT mcp-historic@mncppc-mc.org.

On February 26, 2020, the Historic Planning Commission adopted a new Solar Panel Policy.

Last Updated: May 15, 2020