Historic Preservation Commission

December 19, 2013, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Convention and Visitors Bureau Office
2101 Parks Avenue, Suite 500, Virginia Beach

​The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is a 9 to 15-member body, appointed by City Council, whose purpose is to advise city council and the departments of museums and historic resources and planning on all issues related to the preservation of historic buildings, structures and sites located in the City of Virginia Beach.  The mission of the commission is to preserve, protect and maintain the historic identity of Virginia Beach and the former Princess Anne County through a program of advocacy, and increased public awareness and involvement. The commission also includes up to 2 Virginia Beach high school students who are non-voting members.

​The commission is supported by the Planning Department/Comprehensive Planning Division. The commission holds a general meeting on the first Wednesday of each month except in July and August. For additional information and to confirm meeting dates, times  and locations or to obtain a copy of the draft agenda please contact Mark Reed in the Planning Department at (757) 385-4621 or mreed@vbgov.com


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