Preservation Board Agenda

A preliminary Board agenda will be posted on this page approximately 10 days prior to the meeting. A final agenda will be posted no later than 24 business hours before the meeting. The agenda is subject to change up to and including the day of the meeting.

Current Preservation Board Meeting

The next meeting of the Preservation Board is Monday, June 24.
We are upgrading our meetings using technology that ensures the safety of all participants, and the opportunity for full participation by the Board, applicants and the public, in person or remotely.  When specific information regarding the next meeting is determined, it will be posted here and on the City of St. Louis Public Meeting Page.
A preliminary agenda will be posted here approximately ten (10) days prior to each Preservation Board meeting. The preliminary agenda is for informational purposes only and is subject to change. Projects listed on that agenda may be deferred to a later meeting or removed from the agenda entirely, or a new project may be added.
A final agenda with full project summaries and photographs will be posted on this page no later than 24 business hours before the meeting.
Comments from the Public concerning individual agenda items may be submitted up to an hour before each Board meeting and will be presented to the Board and entered in the meeting record. Please address all comments to Bennett Anderson, Secretary to the Board or call (314) 657-3865.


Bennett Anderson
Administrative Assistant I & Preservation Board Secretary
(314) 657-3865
Email & full profile

Notification Note:

This Internet posting is not the official posting of this notice. The official posting of this notice is the physical copy displayed in the main lobby of our building at 1520 Market Street 1st Floor and also at the Planning and Urban Design Agency offices on the 2nd Floor.

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