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Use this service to contact Architectural Review for enforcement of established Historic Districts and Landmarks (previously designated). For more information and the answer to many of your questions, view the Division of Historic Preservation pages.
The City of Tampa has a rich diverse, dynamic history that can be traced through our historic structures. These structures display a variety of architectural detail and uses that collectively build distinct neighborhoods and cultural areas. Many of these areas have been recognized and designated as historic districts. Each district has a period of historical significance, the time when most of the historic structures within the district were constructed. These structures are classified as "contributing". Individual structures that have historic significance that are not located within a historic district are classified as "landmark structures".
Use this service to inquire about or request new designation of historic landmark and district.
The Historic Preservation Commission's mission is to recommend designations, conservation districts and historic districts. The HPC is eager to access Tampa's historic resources and has incorporated into its work plan the goal to systematically survey and hopefully, protect previously unsurveyed areas of the city.