Historic District Commission
The Lansing Historic District Commission is a nine member, volunteer commission, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council.
The purpose of the commission is to:
The commission reviews proposed exterior work to a property located within a designated local historic district, such as additions, alterations, and demolitions. In accordance with chapter 1220 of the Zoning Code of Ordinance, revised in December 2002, the commission issues a certificate of appropriateness, notice to proceed, or certificate of denial, based upon the Secretary of the Interior's Standards.
Members of the commission are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council. They are individuals who demonstrate a knowledge and interest in historic preservation. Members serve in a voluntary capacity for a three year period.