The Historic Preservation Commission researches historic resources and recommends to the Planning Board and District Council which ones should be classified as Historic Sites or Historic Districts in the master plan for historic preservation. Administers the provisions of the county's historic preservation ordinance (Subtitle 29) and the county’s preservation tax credit program. The Commission’s responsibilities are to preserve, protect, and enhance the properties listed in the County Inventory of Historic Resources.
Volunteer Candidate Criteria
Education or professional background in history, architecture, architectural history, archeology, anthropology, agriculture and historic preservation,
Or, the field of commerce, realty, municipal governance, community association, building/preservation restoration, home building and law
Attend monthly meetings and special events
Share ideas and collaborate with like-minded individuals
Engage in meaningful dialogue with elected official, agency directors and others
Interested persons must be residents of Prince George’s County