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Historic Preservation Commission

The role of the Historic Preservation Commission is to protect, educate and promote historically  significant buildings, structures, sites, monuments, streetscapes and neighborhoods, which represent distinctive elements of the City's historical, architectural and cultural heritage.

The Historic Preservation Commission reviews applications requesting the designation of local landmarks and historic districts and makes recommendations to the Common Council.  The Commission also reviews and evaluates applications for the proposed alteration or demolition of designated local landmarks or districts, and applications of proposed new construction located within a designated historic district.   

The Commission meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Common Council Chamber at City Hall. 

City of White Plains Historic Preservation Law


Robert Hoch, Chair
Hon. Larry Delgado
Rev. Jeffrey A. Geary
Jennifer Lee
Hope H. Scully
Annette Kaicher, alternate

Resources & Links

White Plains Historic Preservation Law Fact Sheet

Landmark Application

Certificate of Appropriateness Application

May we also suggest...

New York State Historic Preservation Office

City of White Plains Historic Walking Loops

Westchester County Historical Society

White Plains Historical Society