Historic Preservation Districts and Historic Landmark Overlay Districts
The Historic Preservation Commission oversees the City’s Historic Preservation Districts and Historic Landmark Overlay Districts, as well as other preservation-related activities.
Find out more information about preserveokc, Oklahoma City's first citywide historic preservation plan here. Interested residents can also complete an online survey for preserveokc: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/preserveokc.
The Historic Preservation Districts and the Historic Landmark Overlay Districts preserve places and areas of historical, cultural, architectural, engineering or archaeological significance throughout Oklahoma City.
Historic Preservation (HP) or Historic Landmark (HL) zoning requires review and approval of proposed changes to the exterior of a property by the Historic Preservation Commission. In the review, the Historic Preservation Commission applies the Design and Sustainability Standards and Guidelines for Oklahoma City Historic Districts, adopted July 31, 2012 and revised July 11, 2014.
For questions concerning Oklahoma City’s historic preservation program, please contact:
Katie Friddle at (405) 297-3084 or firstname.lastname@example.org or
Angela Yetter at (405) 297-1831 or email@example.com.
To search submitted applications, please follow this link: http://www.okc.gov/access/ Select the “Planning” tab, and search by application number or address.
To view all applications, select “Special Zoning Certificate of Appropriateness” in the Type field and hit “search.”