Historic Preservation Commission



The Historic Preservation Commission is composed of five members appointed by the City Council. The primary function of the Commission is to update and maintain a comprehensive inventory of historic resources. The Commission advises and recommends to the City Council the designation of historical landmarks and districts, along with methods to ensure their preservation and protection.

Meetings:

The City's Historic Preservation Commission meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00pm in the City Council Chambers of City Hall, 300 First Street, 2nd Floor.

To receive a copy of the next Historic Preservation Commission meeting Agenda, please contact the Planning Division at (530) 661-5820.

Resources:

Application for Alteration to Historical Resources or Determination of Historical Status

Historic Preservation Commission review procedures questions and answers

City of Woodland Municipal Code (Refer to Chapter 12A. Historical Landmarks and Districts)
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