Historic Districts & Local Landmarks
National Register Districts
The City of Marietta has five National Register Historic Districts:
Atlanta - Frasier Street
Church - Cherokee Street
Northwest Marietta Street
Map of Marietta's National Register Historic Districts
Forest Avenue Historic District
Polk / Moon / Maple Historic District
Church Cherokee Neighborhood Homeowners' Handbook
Print copies of the handbook may be obtained by calling (770) 794-5671 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kennesaw Avenue Historic District
In August 2013 a portion of Kennesaw Avenue became the City's first locally designated historic district. Properties within the district must first obtain a Certificate of Appropriateness prior to the commencement of any projects listed under Article 7-8-9-050. For more information, see the FAQs about Historic Districts brochure.
Kennesaw Avenue Historic District Boundary
Design Guidelines for the Kennesaw Avenue Historic District
Application for Certificate of Appropriateness
Contact information for Kennesaw Avenue Historic District representatives:
The following are locally-designated historic landmarks passed by the Marietta City Council and Marietta Historic Preservation Commission under Section 7-8-9 of the comprehensive development code:
Brumby Hall - 472 Powder Springs St.
Clarke Library - 156 Church St.
Marietta Waterworks - 426 Sessions St.
Smith-Manning House - 360 Manning Road
Historic properties are structures, sites, or works of art deemed worthy of preservation by reason of its value to the city for one of the following reasons:
It is an outstanding example of a structure representative of its era
It is one of the few remaining examples of a past architectural style
It is a place or structure associated with an event or person of historic or cultural significance to the city
It is a site of natural or aesthetic interest that is continuing to contribute to the cultural or historical development and heritage of the city
If you have any questions, call 770-794-5671.