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: [email protected]

Meetings and Agendas 

The next Landmark Preservation Commission meeting is Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm in the Council Briefing Room on the 3rd Floor of City Hall, 101 W. Abram Street. Click the links below to review the agenda packet once available.

 View the January 13, 2022 Meeting Agenda and Packet 

 2022 Public Hearing Schedule

Landmark Preservation Commissioners

Click Here to Learn More About The Commission


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Kristina Rumans, Chair


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Barbara Reber, Vice Chair




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Owen "OK" Carter





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Jason Sullivan



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Shirley Patterson


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Rodrick Penson


Not Pictured:

Geraldine Mills


Matthew Baker   Cheryl Donaldson  


Staff Liaisons

  • Sarah Stubblefield, Historic Preservation Officer – 817-459-6566
  • Cindy Harding, Administrative Assistant – 817-459-6614

View LPC Meeting Minute Archives at the bottom of this page.

The Hill - Arlington's Historic African American Community

Click here for a virtual tour through Arlington's historic The Hill neighborhood.

Preserving Arlington: Past Visions, Future Realities

The Arlington preservation plan was adopted in 2010. Its purpose is to record past and current preservation activities, define the city’s preservation needs, and provide a framework for implementing the goals and priorities established by the plan.

Historic Preservation Plan

Local Landmark Program

The Landmark Preservation Commission accepts applications to recognize structures and sites that are significant to the history and culture of Arlington. Visit the Local Landmark Program page for more information and specific nomination criteria.

Click the picture below to see Arlington’s Local Landmarks & Historic Districts StoryMap.

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Historic Resources Survey

The 2007 Historic Resources Survey was completed in order to identify, document and assess pre-1960 buildings, structures, neighborhoods, and objects in Arlington that possess architectural, historical, and cultural value. Navigate through the interactive map below to find information on all of the historic resources identified in the report.

2007 Historic Resources Survey

Program & Services

LPC Meeting Minutes

LPC Annual Reports