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City of Tuscaloosa Seeks Applications for Replacement Position on Historic Preservation Commission

City of Tuscaloosa Seeks Applications for Replacement Position on Historic Preservation Commission

The City of Tuscaloosa is accepting resumes for a replacement position on the Historic Preservation Commission. The term ends October 1, 2022.

The Historic Preservation Commission reviews and votes on all improvements and developments within the historic districts throughout the City of Tuscaloosa, and provides guidance to property owners in the planning and design of projects. 

Members must:

  • Live within city limits
  • Have training or experience in history, architecture, architectural history, American studies, cultural geography, cultural anthropology, planning, archaeology, law or other related historic preservation fields
  • Be available to attend monthly meetings

All candidates will be reviewed and recommended by the mayor.

To learn more about the Historic Preservation Commission, visit Tuscaloosa.com/HPC. To submit an application, visit Tuscaloosa.com/HPCApplication