Historic Preservation Commission

June 24, 2024 | 6:00 p.m.

Historic Preservation Commission Work Session

Historic Preservation Commission meetings are held in the Maryanne Jordan City Council Chambers on the 3rd floor of City Hall. Meetings start at 6:00 p.m. and are open to the public. The meeting's end time depends on the length of the agenda. All public meetings are held in a hybrid format allowing both virtual and in-person attendance to ensure compliance with the Idaho Open Meetings Law:

  • Watch Live (YouTube)

All applicants, neighbors and residents are strongly encouraged to attend virtually. You can watch the meeting on the City of Boise's Public Meetings YouTube channel.

  • Participate Virtually (Zoom)

If you want to testify at the meeting, you can sign-up in advance. A sign up form will be available below once the hearing's agenda has been set. The form will remain active until noon on the day of the hearing. At that point, advanced sign-ups will close and the form will not be displayed. However, any member of the public will still be allowed to speak after everyone on the sign-up list has spoken.

For each hearing item, in-person testimony will be heard before online testimony.

Learn more about how to participate

  • Attend at City Hall 

This meeting location is accessible for those with physical disabilities. Participants may request reasonable accommodations, such as a language interpreter, from the City of Boise to facilitate participation in the meeting. If you require assistance with accommodation, please contact us at CommunityEngagement@cityofboise.org or call (208) 972-8500.

Meeting Information

About the Historic Preservation Commission
Boise's charm can be traced back to the Oregon Trail, and that character is important to preserve. The Historic Preservation Commission presides over any decisions that impact any of the Historic Character Overlay Districts through the Certificate of Appropriateness applications. While they are independent of the Planning and Zoning Commission and similar to the Design Review Commission, they do not make decisions regarding the use of properties.

Learn more about Public Meetings


June 24, 2024
6:00 p.m.


Boise City Hall
150 N Capitol Blvd

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