Pinellas County enjoys a rich and diverse culture and historic past. The historical, cultural, and aesthetic heritage is among its most valued assets. Few urban areas today boast such unique perspectives of the past. Because of widespread growth and redevelopment in recent years, it is critical to the future of our County that we preserve and maintain significant elements of its history where possible. more >
The Historic Preservation Board welcomes input from all citizens and the perspectives of those who can continue to enhance the rich heritage of Pinellas County.
you have comments, questions,
concerns, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Pinellas County Planning at (727) 464-8200.
Historic Preservation Board Meeting Information:
The next board meeting is scheduled for:
October 20, 2021 at 9:30 AM
310 Court Street, 1st Floor
Dedication of the Gulf Shore Park Historical Marker
Mark your calendar for the dedication of the second Gulf Shore Park Historical Marker to be held Saturday, November 6th at 9:30 AM. The marker location will be at the corner of Maryland Avenue and Gulf Drive.
Designating Sites as Landmarks:
Each year, the Board identifies buildings and sites that it will recommend for designation as landmarks to the Board of County Commissioners.
Following designation as a landmark, staff work with property owners who may wish to rehabilitate their homes or make alterations.
Certificate of Appropriateness (COA):
A Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) is a document stating that the proposed work is appropriate for the historic district and meets local code criteria.
- Applications can now be submitted online.
- 2020 COA Application Deadlines
- COA Review Process
- If you require a paper application, fill out the COA Application Form