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DC Preservation Regulations

Below are links to the DC Preservation Regulations.

Chapter 3 - Proposed Revision to HPRB CFA Delegated Review
The Historic Preservation Review Board will accept public testimony on proposed changes to Chapter 3, DCMR 10-C, HPRB and CFA Review of Work Affecting Historic Landmarks and Historic Districts on May 23, 2013. Proposed changes in draft form are posted.

Chapter 8 - Proposed Demolition by Neglect Regulations
Proposed Chapter 8 of the DC Historic Preservation Regulations, currently under consideration and review, outlines proposed Demolition by Neglect Regulations.

Title 10-C - DC Preservation Regulations
Title 10-C of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Table of Contents- DC Preservation Regulations
Contents of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Chapter One of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 2 - Historic Designation Regulations
Chapter Two of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 2 - Proposed Revisions to Historic Designation Regulations
Chapter Two of the DC Preservation Regulations relating to designating historic landmarks, sites and districts is under review. Current proposed rulemaking action is provided.

Chapter 3 - HPRB CFA Review
Chapter Three of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the the Historic Preservation Review Board and the Commission of Fine Arts review of work affecting historic landmarks and historic districts.

Chapter 4 - Mayors Agent Review
Chapter Four of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the Mayor's Agent review of work affecting historic landmarks and historic districts.

Chapter 5 - Archaeological Resources
Chapter Five of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines general provisions relating to historic properties designated for Archaeological Significance, properties with the potential for listing, and projects involving a public hearing by the Mayor's Agent.

Chapter 6 - Review of Government Projects Draft
Chapter Six of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the proposed preservation review of District of Columbia government projects draft.

Chapter 7 - Certification of Historic Buildings
Chapter Seven of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 20 - Design and Construction Standards
Chapter 20 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 23 - Window Standards
Chapter 23 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 25 - Standards for Signs Awnings Marquees
Chapter 25 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines standards for signs, awnings and marquees at historic landmarks, historic sites, and historic districts in the District of Columbia.

Chapter 30 - Mayors Agent Public Hearing Procedures
Chapter 30 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the general provisions, appearance and representation, party status, duties, and procedures related to Mayor's Agent Public Hearings.

Chapter 31 - HPRB Procedures
Chapter 31 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 32 - General Administration Provisions
Chapter 32 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.

Chapter 99 - Definitions for DC Preservation Regulations
Chapter 99 of the DC Preservation Regulations outlines the process and requirements related to designating historic landmarks, sites, and districts.