What is the HDRC?
The HDRC refers to the Historic District Review Commission. This nine member commission was established in 1985 by a city ordinance giving the HDRC the responsibility for encouraging the preservation, restoration, and adaptive reuse of historic structures. The HDRC reviews all applications for alterations to the exterior of a structure within the historic districts.

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1. What is the HDRC?
2. Do I need to get a permit to work on my house?
3. Does the HDRC tell me what color I can paint my house?
4. I want to replace my old windows. What will the HDRC allow for replacements?
5. Will the City make me restore my old house to its original appearance?
6. I have a plaque on my house; what does it mean?
7. What is a COA and how do I get one?
8. What if I can’t afford to fix up my home?
9. How can I find out the history of my house?