Historical Resources Management Commission

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The Historical Resources Management Commission advises the City Council on matters pertaining to historical resources, maintains an inventory of historical resources, recommends the designation of historical resources and reviews applications for alteration permits for historical structures. Members of the commission are city residents who have demonstrated special interest, competence, experience or knowledge in historic preservation and the cultural heritage of Davis. Professional qualifications in such fields as architecture, history, architectural history, prehistoric and historic archeology, urban planning, law, real estate, folklore, museum curation, conservation and landscape architecture or related disciplines are highly desirable; to the extent, such professionals are available in the community.

City Council Liaison

Gloria Partida (Regular), Will Arnold (Alternate)

Staff Liaison

Ike Njoku, Planner/Historical Resources Manager, (530) 757-5610

Number of Members

7 Regular and 1 Alternate

Regular Meeting Time & Place

Third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Davis Senior Center Activity Room, 646 A Street (corner of A & 7th Streets). Meetings in January and February are held on the fourth Monday.

Additional Information

Ordinance Establishing the Historical Resources Management Commission (PDF)

City of Davis Historic Preservation Information

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