Historic Landmark Preservation Board


  • Third Monday of each month
  • 4:00 pm
  • Training Room at City Hall
2018 HLPB Public Hearing Schedule

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Agenda packets are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are also available following approval.
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MacDonald House Historic Structure Report

Bender and Associates Architects, P.A., and the City of Ormond Beach, hosted public workshops regarding the Historic Structure Report and Summary Assessment prepared by Bender and Associates for the MacDonald House, a locally designated historic landmark property. Below you will find the various drafts of the report at each submittal stage, as well as information from the workshops.

MacDonald House 30% Submittal

Packet A
Packet B
Packet C
Packet D

MacDonald House 60% Submittal

60% Packet

MacDonald House 90% Submittal

90% packet

MacDonald House 100% Submittal

100% packet

Draft Minutes and PowerPoint Presentation from January 23, 2017 Workshop

PowerPoint Presentation
01.23.17 Draft Minutes

Draft Minutes and PowerPoint Presentation from February 8, 2017 Workshop

PowerPoint Presentation
02.08.17 Draft Minutes


The board consists of seven members who are appointed by the City Commission to serve two-year terms. The Planning Department serves as the liaison to the board. 

*There is currently one vacancy on the Historic Landmark Preservation Board.
If you are interested in serving, please print and complete an Advisory Board Application or Apply Online.


The Historic Landmark Preservation Board (HLPB) acts as an advisory board to the City Commission on the designation of historic properties and archaeological sites within the City of Ormond Beach, and the designation of historic districts for historic preservation. 

The board authorizes the permitting of specified alterations, demolitions, or other work to a designated historic landmark, historic site, or for a contributing property within a designated historic district.