Local Landmark Register Ordinance
The Public Hearing Draft is available for public review.
Documents Available for Review:
- Public Hearing Draft – 10/19/2020 – Local Landmark Register Ordinance: This document is the DRAFT Assembly Ordinance.
- Local Landmark Register Nomination Process – Director’s Guidance 10/19/2020: This document explains HOW the nomination process works.
- Draft Nomination Form – 10/19/2020
- Fact Sheet
For more information about the project please call 907-223-0136
The Local Landmark Ordinance will be reviewed at the Planning & Zoning Commission on January 4, 2021 (Case # 2021-0005). This meeting will not be a public hearing. The Planning & Zoning Commission will review the ordinance and make a recommendation to the Anchorage Assembly. For more information please visit the public meeting page on this website.
Draft for Public Review - MOA Historic Preservation Plan
View the public comments and agency responses that have been received through April 30th, 2018.
The Draft Municipality of Anchorage Historic Preservation Plan (MOAHPP) is now available for public review and comment. For questions or comments about the MOAHPP, please email Holly Spoth-Torres, Public Involvement Lead, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-223-0136. You can also submit comments through our Comment Form.
Please submit all comments by Monday, April 30, 2018.
The 30-year Guideline
The MOA Historic Preservation Committee selected a 30-year guideline for the Local Landmark Ordinance while the National Register of Historic Places and Alaska Landmark Registry utilize a 50-year guideline. The 30-year guideline requires places and spaces of historical significance to be at least 30-years old to be nominated for listing in the MOA registry. If you’re wondering why the guideline is 30 years rather than 50, the articles and documents below will shed some light on the decision-making process:
MOA Historic Preservation Plan Presentation
Original Neighborhoods Historic Preservation Plan
Public Involvement Summaries
Maps of Priority Neighborhoods
Community Feedback Map