Pierce County invites qualified individuals to apply for vacancies on the Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission.
The commissioners make recommendations to the County Executive and County Council on historic preservation-related matters, including nominations to historic registers and applications for historic road names. The commission also conducts design reviews, reviews special tax valuation applications on rehabilitation of historic properties, and administers special projects funded by the Historic Document Fund such as grant programs and historic surveys.
The commission is comprised of 11 members, representing each of the seven County Council districts and four at-large positions from specific fields of expertise.
Pierce County residents who are practicing professionals in the fields of archival science, information technology, library science, or history with special knowledge or interest in historic documents are strongly encouraged to apply. Vacancies exist in Council Districts 3 and 7, and in three at-large positions (historian, architect and archivist). The County Executive will nominate commissioners, subject to County Council confirmation.
Applications and other information are available from the following sources: Online | http://www.piercecountywa.org/historicpreservation
E-mail | firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone | (253) 798-3683
In person | Pierce County Planning and Land Services, 2401 S. 35th St, Tacoma
Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission meetings are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Pierce County Annex. Project-related community workshops or informational meetings may be held in various locations in Pierce County.
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Commission nominates Old Dash Point School to Pierce County Historic Register (09/19/11) — http://www.tacomadailyindex.com/portals-code/list.cgi?paper=88&cat=23&id=2038700&more=0
Pierce County drops historic preservation officer (01/20/10) — http://tacomadailyindex.com/portals-code/list.cgi?paper=88&cat=23&id=1700764&more=0
‘Roller coaster’ economy taps Pierce County PALS budget (11/03/09)
Pierce County’s History Detectives (10/15/09) — http://wahmee.com/tdi_pc_history_detectives.pdf
Budget amendment bitter-sweet for Pierce County historic preservation (03/20/09)
Department shift for Pierce County’s historic preservation program? (03/16/09)
Pierce County Council Committee will discuss proposed historic preservation funding cuts (03/06/09)
Will $8 million budget shortfall touch Pierce County historic preservation? (01/29/09)
Behind The Times: Never mind the buildings. Can Pierce County restore its historic preservation program? (04/02/08) — http://www.wahmee.com/tdi_pierce_county_preservation.pdf .