Historic Preservation Commission

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About the Commission

The Historic Preservation Commission was established by Ordinance 2149 on March 7, 1985. The commission is authorized to conduct a survey of local historic properties; recommend methods and procedures to preserve, restore, maintain, and operate historic properties under the ownership or control of the City; recommend the lease, sale, other transfer or disposition of historic properties; participate in the conduct of land use, urban renewal and other planning processes undertaken by governmental agencies; recommend ordinances and provide information for the purposes of historic preservation; promote and conduct an educational program on historic preservation; and review and act upon applications for permits for building alteration, new construction, or demolition within designated historic districts. The Commission also plays a vital role in the City's downtown revitalization efforts. Seven members are appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council. Members serve 3-year terms and up to 2 members may be non-residents of the City of Pocatello.


To apply for an advisory committee vacancy please fill out and submit an Advisory Committee Application. For additional questions send us an email.


Current Vacancies
Next Possible Vacancy
0 July 2024