Historic Board of Review
The Marietta Historic Board of Review usually meets on the Monday the week prior to the City Council meeting. Meetings are typically held in City Council Chambers but may occasionally be held in the 4th floor conference room at City Hall, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Please plan to have a representative there to answer questions. Please call 770-794-5669 for confirmation.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
|Dorothy Woodruff||Phone: 678-488-9986
Email Dorothy Woodruff
| Ward 1
February 9, 2019
|David Freedman||Phone: 770-851-3175
Email David Freedman
| Ward 2
March 8, 2019
|Rebecca Nash Paden|| Phone: 404-229-8940
Email Rebecca Paden
| Ward 3
March 12, 2018
|Ray Worden|| Phone: 770-428-4000
Email Ray Worden
| Ward 4
March 8, 2019
|Terry Lee||Phone: 770-427-9208
Email Terry Lee
| Ward 5
May 13, 2017
|Stacy Smith||Phone: 404-822-5305|| Ward 6
October 10, 2018
|Ashley J. Williams||Phone: 770-422-1156|| Ward 7
November 10, 2018
|Chris Brown||Phone: 678-353-4072
Email Chris Brown
| Mayor Appointment
October 8, 2018
|Johnny Walker||Phone: 770-794-5526
Email Johnny Walker
February 10, 2018
The Historic Board of Review is composed of 9 members. The Mayor and members of the Marietta City Council have each nominated one member to the Board. The ninth member of the Board is nominated by the Mayor and the City Council as an "at-large" representative who has demonstrated an expertise or special interest, experience or education in history, architecture or preservation. Members serve their terms without pay. Their duties include preserving, relocating and demolishing historic buildings, constructing new buildings, ensuring visual compatibility factors (such as height, proportion, shapes, scale, etc.) and approving exterior changes to paint colors, signs, awnings, etc. within the district.
The Marietta Board of Review makes decisions regarding the preservation of historic buildings with the historic district set forth in Section 7-8-8-020. The purpose of a historic district is to effectively promote the educational, cultural, economic, aesthetic value and general welfare of the city.
The Marietta Historic Board of Review was created by Marietta municipal ordinance (7-8-8-080) to help the Downtown Marietta Development Authority consider applications for changes to buildings within the historic district. The historic district is defined in Section 7-8-8-020 of the Marietta municipal code. It is within the downtown Marietta district, but considerably smaller.