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City of Arlington
Landmark Preservation Commission
101 W Abram St.
P. O. Box 90231
MS 01-0330
Arlington, TX 76004

Phone: 817-459-6238

 
 

 

 

 
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The Arlington Landmark Preservation Commission provides leadership in identifying, protecting, and developing Arlington's historic structures, districts, and sites and to educate citizens and visitors on the city's past and how it relates to its present and affects its future.

If you would like to contact the Landmark Preservation Commission please email: landmark@arlingtontx.gov

Historic Preservation Fund

The City of Arlington is currently accepting applications for funding through the Historic Preservation Fund. The application deadline is 3 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2011. Cultural, historical or tourism organizations with tax-exempt status are encouraged to apply. The purpose of the fund is to foster cooperative interaction between Arlington’s tourism industry and heritage community. The goal is to benefit the public by increasing awareness of the richness of the cultural and historic resources in Arlington, as well as strengthening Arlington’s desirability as a heritage tourism destination. Grants provided to eligible recipients will fund projects that demonstrate that goal. Click here for a copy of the Request For Proposals.

Local Landmark Program

The Landmark Preservation Commission periodically takes applications for installation of City of Arlington Local Historical Markers. The local marker provides a means to recognize local landmarks and sites that have significance in the history of Arlington and to make those landmarks and sites easy to locate and recognize so that residents and visitors alike may visit and enjoy them.

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NEW Notice Related to 2005 and 2009 Wynn Terrace, Arlington, Texas

The City of Arlington is contemplating using Community Development Block Grant funds to demolish two City-owned vacant properties located at 2005 and 2009 Wynn Terrace. The properties have structural issues and meet the definition of spot blight. They are of unknown age and are not listed in the City’s Historic Resources Survey. As part of the environmental clearance process, the City discussed the proposed demolition with the Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) at their meeting on December 13, 2012. LPC recommended that a notice be made available to the public with information about the proposed project. Interested parties should contact Clayton Husband, Historic Preservation Officer, City of Arlington at 817-459-6668 or email at clayton.husband@arlingtontx.gov

NEW Preservation Plan for the City of Arlington

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Current Landmark Ordinances

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Administrative (pdf)
 

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Zoning (pdf)
 

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Construction (pdf)
 

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Conservation District Ordinance 

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