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Landmarks Commission

COVID-19 UPDATE: We are currently only accepting applications with a signed extension form. These include Design Review applications for Landmarks or Districts, as well as Article 85 Demolition Delay applications. Submit complete applications by email, with a hard copy and check for the application mailed to Environment Department, Room 709, Boston City Hall, 1 City Hall Square, Boston, MA 02201.

UPDATE (October 16, 2020): We're working diligently to answer all constituent inquiries in a timely manner. Due to COVID-19 and a busy construction season, we are currently receiving higher than average phone call and email volumes.  Email is still the best way to connect with us.

Before contacting us, please be sure to check our online resources for information on applications, guidelines, and the answers to many common questions.

Xổ số Miền Nam thứ 6Otherwise, we will answer your questions in the order that they are received.

1 City Hall Square
Room 709 Environment Dept.
Boston, MA 02201
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About the Commission

The 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 Landmarks Commission's enabling legislation, and in each study reportXổ số Miền Nam thứ 6. 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 schedule of applications due by and hearing datesXổ số Miền Nam thứ 6 for all commissions.

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We promote and preserve Boston's many archaeological resources through curation, excavation, and education.

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Demolition Delay application: 220 Huntington Avenue, Back Bay

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Demolition Delay application: 1201 Saratoga Street, East Boston

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Demolition Delay application: 51 Breed Street, East Boston

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  • Commission Info

    3 years
    Total Seats:
    We have openings:

    Current members

    Member Appointed Expires Status
    Lynn Smiledge 11/27/2017 6/30/2020 Holdover
    David Berarducci 11/18/2020 6/30/2023 Active
    Thomas Hotaling 11/27/2017 6/30/2020 Holdover
    John Amodeo 11/18/2020 6/30/2021 Active
    Richard Yeager 10/22/2015 6/30/2018 Holdover
    Susan Goganian 3/4/2020 6/30/2021 Active
    John Freeman 3/4/2020 6/30/2021 Active
    Christopher Hart 3/4/2020 6/30/2021 Active
    Felicia Jacques 11/18/2020 6/30/2023 Active
    Diana Parcon 11/18/2020 6/30/2023 Ex Officio
    Richard Henderson 9/23/2016 6/30/2019 Holdover
    Bradford Walker 3/4/2020 6/30/2020 Holdover
    Lindsey Mac Jones 9/23/2016 6/30/2019 Holdover
    Kirsten Hoffman 11/27/2017 6/30/2019 Holdover
    Jeffrey Gonyeau 10/22/2018 6/30/2021 Active
    Joseph Castro 3/4/2020 6/30/2020 Holdover