The mission of the Raleigh Historic Development Commission is to identify, preserve, protect, and promote Raleigh’s historic resources.
Raleigh Historic Development Commission
Chavis Park National Register Study List Application
In support of the City's Master Park Plan Update for Chavis Park, the commission has sponsored a study list application for Chavis Park to be designated a Traditional Cultural Property in the National Register of Historic Places. The State's National Register Advisory Committee will review the application June 12.
Design Guidelines and New Construction
In August 2014 the commission will hold a Community Conversation to discuss the Design Guidelines and new construction. Originally planned for May, the discussion will take place in August due to facilitator availablility...READ MORE
Streetside Historic Overlay District (HOD) Meeting
The commission was invited to present information on the City's new Streetside HOD on February 25. SLIDESHOW
Historic Preservation Economic Impact Analysis
Industry expert Place Economics is conducting an economic impact analysis of historic preservation in Raleigh. Funded in part by the Raleigh Historic Development Commission and in part by a Historic Preservation Fund grant, RHDC will be administering the project. Please stay tuned for more information!
Plummer T. Hall House Update
The Plummer T. Hall House, a Raleigh Historic Landmark (RHL) located at 814 Oberlin Road, is for sale! The City has contracted with the nonprofit historic preservation organization Preservation North Carolina to coordinate its sale.
As a RHL, any changes to the exterior of the property are subject to review by RHDC's Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) Committee. More information on this process and the landmarks program may be found throughout this website (www.rhdc.org). Additionally, please note that Capital Area Preservation holds historic preservation easements on the property.