Historic Preservation

Land​mark​ Commission Members​

The Landmark Commission is responsible for making decisions regarding Certificate of Appropriateness applications within all City of Dallas historic districts and individually designated structures. The Commission, a quasi-judicial body, is made up of fifteen members and three alternates, all appointed by City Council. The Commissioners are appointed for a two year term, beginning on September 1 of each odd-numbered year and serve without compensation. 

All members must demonstrate outstanding interest in historic preservation and have knowledge and experience in the fields of history, art, architecture, or historic preservation. 

Official agendas for Landmark Commission hearings are published on the open public meetings page

Note: The Landmark Commission is a quasi-judicial body. Applicants cannot contact Landmark Commissioners to discuss active or future applications. 

See the Landmark Commission Main Pag​e for more information on the application and hearing process.