Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission

Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission Kingston's Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission meets the first Thursday of the month @ 6:30 pm in City Hall Conference Room A.

First created by law in 1979, Kingston's Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission administers the designation and protection of historic properties and historic districts throughout the City. Consisting of seven City residents appointed by the mayor, the present commission includes a preservation architect, an urban planner trained and experienced in preservation planning, a real estate attorney, a technical preservation professional, a master preservation craftsman, an art historian and a homeowner who restored Ulster County's oldest home. In addition to approving conformance to the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for exterior work to properties landmarked or within historic districts as required by law, the Commission also provides guidance to property owners to help protect their property values and the city's historic character.

Idea from the Capital Region: Fawn Potash Jennifer Schwartz Berky Leslie Melvin Marissa Marvelli Liz Cooke Stuart Sachs ...
07/13/2017
How to Reclaim a Vacant House | National Trust for Historic Preservation

Idea from the Capital Region: Fawn Potash Jennifer Schwartz Berky Leslie Melvin Marissa Marvelli Liz Cooke Stuart Sachs Mara Farrell Tina Reichenbach Yourij George Donskoj

Use this step-by-step guide to discover how to give a vacant property new life—and inspire your community too.

Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance
06/24/2017

Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance

Join us at 3pm to see our Boston Architectural College students present their work.

A great example of how cities (such as ones with extensive historic resources like Kingston) are leveraging those histor...
06/22/2017
Historic Neighborhoods of Philadelphia | National Trust for Historic Preservation

A great example of how cities (such as ones with extensive historic resources like Kingston) are leveraging those historic resources to build their economies and create jobs! Jennifer Schwartz Berky, Ulster County Legislator Leslie Melvin Marissa Marvelli Mark Grunblatt Alan Baer Architect Guy Thomas Kempe Hillary Hoffman Harvey

Philadelphia is ready to show how a vibrant, 21st-century urban center can use its historic assets to attract people, industry, and opportunity.

City of Kingston
05/25/2017

City of Kingston

Save the date for this "double feature" which will focus on lead poisoning prevention in old homes and Kingston's residential rehab program.

The Ulster County Department of Health and the City of Kingston's Office of Economic and Community Development will both be providing very valuable information. Owners and tenants of older homes are especially encouraged to attend.

Organized by the Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission.

05/21/2017
Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance

Calvert Vaux Preservation Alliance

CVPA joins Boston Architectural College this summer to offer two online Historic Preservation courses with a 10-day residency at the Vaux designed Hoyt House in Staatsburg. Graduate & undergraduate credit available. Register now, classes start June 5!

05/16/2016

Please note: there has been so much interest in our meeting with the mayor planned for Thursday, May 19 (6:30 pm) that we are moving to the larger space of the Common Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of City Hall. See you there!

05/13/2016

Please join the Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission for an important meeting with Mayor Noble on Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:30 PM in Conference Room 1 on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 420 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401.

At the meeting, we will discuss preservation planning and policies to support quality of life and community and economic development.

Topics to be discussed include:
1) Threatened Properties List
2) Historic Preservation as an Economic Development "Toolkit" - Capitalizing on the Heritage Economy
3) Improved Preservation Policy & Leadership within City Government
4) HLPC Leadership for a City-wide Interpretive Plan to support branding and Heritage Tourism
5) HLPC Leadership for a City-wide Preservation Plan
6) HLPC Outreach, Communications and Capacity Building

Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission
05/13/2016

Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission

Lower Broadway circa 1906.
05/13/2016

Lower Broadway circa 1906.

Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission
05/13/2016

Kingston Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission

Address

Meeting Location: 420 Broadway (mail: C/o Building Safety Division, 5 Garraghan Drive (rear Of The Rondout Fire Station)
Kingston, NY
12401

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

Telephone

(845) 331-1217

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