The Historic Preservation Commission is a seven-member advisory board that carries out matters related to the Historic Preservation Ordinance of the City of Bismarck. The Historic Preservation Commission’s responsibilities include:
• Advise on matters related to nominations to the National Register of Historic Places; • Work to promote and educate about the City’s history, heritage, historic properties and past citizens; and • Serve as local historic resource for citizens and other City Boards/Commission seeking historic expertise.
• 3:30 pm • Third Wednesday of each month (Meeting Schedule) • Tom Baker Meeting Room City County Office Building 221 N. 5th St. Bismarck, ND
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to meetings in the Agenda Center. View All
Minutes are available following approval in the Agenda Center. View All
• Amy Sakariassen, Chair • Beth Nodland, Vice-Chair • Mayor Steve Bakken • Walt Bailey • Blake Dinkins • Calvin Grinnell • Tory Jackson
Please submit all requests for items to be considered by the Historic Preservation Commission to Will Hutchings at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-355-1850.
Section 106 Review Participation
The Bismarck Historic Preservation Commission participates in Section 106 reviews as a consulting party on behalf of the City of Bismarck. The following document provides general information about the Section 106 Review process and submittal procedures for consulting parties.