The Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) is the government body that designates historic property and advises the Mayor on historic preservation matters in the District of Columbia. As the State Review Board, HPRB also helps to implement federal historic preservation programs in the District.
HPRB Public Meetings
HPRB meets monthly except in August. If necessary, monthly meetings may extend to a second day. The Historic Preservation Office (HPO) manages the preparation for HPRB meetings, handles all submissions and correspondence, and answers any questions about the HPRB process.
How to Participate in the HPRB Review Process
HPRB meetings are open to the public, and anyone is welcome to submit written comments on a case and participate at a meeting without signing up in advance.