Meetings are generally scheduled for the third Thursday of the month at 4PM, occasionally meeting dates are moved as needed. Meetings are posted on the City's Events Calendar.
On March 28, 2017 Council approved Ordinance No. 17-009, establishing CPMC Chapter 15.10 Historic Preservation. (Updated to Chapter 14.110 in the Unified Development Code Update) This code also creates a Historic Preservation Commission to be made up of 5 community members.
Current Historic Preservation Commission consists of five members:
Position 1 - Stanley Green - term expires 12/31/2021
Position 2 - Gary Petersen, Chairman - term expires 12/31/2022
Position 3 - Mike Denny - term expires 12/31/2022
Position 4 - Edward Kontz - term expires 12/31/2023
Position 5 - Terrell Gottschall , Vice Chair - term expires 12/31/2021
For more information about the Historic Preservation Commission contact Community Development Director, Jon Rickard.
The purpose of the Historic Preservation Ordinance is to provide for the identification, evaluation, designation, and protection of designated historic resources within the boundaries of the city and preserve and rehabilitate eligible historic properties within the city for future generations.
To learn more about the Historic Preservation Code visit CPMC Chapter 14.110 - Historic Preservation.
The Historic Preservation Commission meets on the third Thursday of the month at 4:00 p.m. at the College Place City Hall. Meetings are open to the public.
College Place Historic Preservation BYLAWS
2019 Historic Property Survey information
2021 Walla Walla County Poor Farm Cemetery GPR