SO YOU WANT TO LIST YOUR PROPERTY ...
WHAT IS THE LOCAL REGISTER?
The Tallahassee-Leon County Local Register of Historic Places is an official catalogue of sites that are significant historically, architecturally, or culturally. The City and County designate properties as listed through the Architectural Review Board, the regulatory arm of the Tallahassee Trust. Owners of locally listed properties have certain responsibilities once listed, but also are awarded specialized benefits as historic property owners.
BENEFITS OF LISTING PROPERTY
HOW DO I GET LISTED?
SO YOU OWN A HISTORIC PROPERTY...
REGULATED WORK ITEMS
HOW TO APPLY FOR A COA
Calling prior to completing the application to discuss the work item is recomended
Complete and submit application
Include with application photographs consisting of the front view of the building as well as photographs identifying the areas where proposed work is to be done, site plans, elevations, material specifications, and construction plans.
Interior plans are required with the COA application when applying for City Grant and Loan Program funding for interior/structural work
HOW TO GET A HISTORIC PROPERTY PLAQUE
Contact us by phone or email with property details
LISTING TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER?
While we can assist you in the process, listing to the National Register of Historic Places is not technically handled through the Architectural Review Board or the Tallahassee Trust. To learn more about listing to the National Register of Historic Places access the National Park Services' website by clicking here. Contact our offices before you submit your paperwork for some tips and guidance.
For further help please check the Florida Division of Historical Resources