Information about the St Louis Preservation Board, its responsibilities, meetings, agendas
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Phone: (314) 657-3865
1520 Market Street
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Preservation Board is a 9-member panel made up of 8 citizens and design professionals appointed by the Mayor for 4-year terms, and the Chairman of the Aldermanic Committee on Public Safety, or their appointee. Five positions have specific requirements: a registered architect; a registered engineer; a landscape architect or urban planner; a real estate broker; and an art historian or architectural historian.
The Preservation Board meets at 4:00 P.M. on the fourth Monday of every month in our offices at 1520 Market Street, in the second floor Boardroom. The Board may change its meeting time or date, or schedule a special meeting. These changes are published on this web page and posted in our office. Notification is sent to applicants, City officials and citizens on our mailing list.
For more information, contact the Board's Secretary, Deneen Funk, at (314) 657-3865.
Current Board Members
Richard Callow, Chair
Hon. Jack Coatar, 7th Ward Alderman
2 vacant positions
Secretary to the Board
The Board hears applicant appeals of Cultural Resources Office decisions. Preservation Board decisions in City Historic Districts are binding by law and may be appealed only to the Circuit Court. Appeals regarding encroachments or public works are heard by the Board of Public Service; appeals from Board denials of demolition applications may be heard by the Planning Commission at the Commission's discretion.
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Monday, Jul 25, 2022
Preservation Board Monthly Meeting
Preservation Board | Meeting | 4:00 PM
A playlist of video recordings of recent Preservation Board meetings, hosted on YouTube. To access past recordings, click on the playlist icon (3 horizontal lines) in the upper left corner.
Preservation Board Meetings
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