Who Reviews Changes in the Historic District?
The Suffolk Historic Landmarks Commission (HLC) was established as an architectural review board to make decisions concerning exterior changes to historic structures. The Commission is appointed by City Council and the Department of Planning and Community Development provides staff assistance to the HLC. Minor improvements can be reviewed administratively and approval by the Planning Director.

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1. What is the Historic Conservation Overlay?
2. Who Reviews Changes in the Historic District?
3. What Should be Included in the Review Application?
4. How Does the Review Process Work?
5. What Does It Mean If I Own Property that is Listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register or the National Register of Historic Places?
6. What Are My Obligations as a Property Owner in the Historic District?