The Board of Historic Resources and the State Review Board meet quarterly to consider new nominations of historic sites for listing in the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR) and the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The two boards also consider proposed updates and boundary increases to nominations for sites previously listed in the VLR and NRHP.
Additionally, the Board of Historic Resources considers new or proposed updates to historical highway markers, and new preservation easements. The State Review Board discusses and evaluates Preliminary Information Forms (PIFs) that DHR staff has requested to be considered. On occasion, the boards convene for special meetings, which are announced here in advance.
Prior to each quarterly meeting, DHR posts information about new nominations, highway markers, easements, and PIFs on this webpage, along with an agenda for the meeting.
The public is welcome to attend quarterly and special board meetings.
Check below for time, place, and draft agenda for each meeting.
March 19 (third Thursday of the month, cancelled)
June 18 (third Thursday)
September 17 (third Thursday)
December 10 (second Thursday)
The next quarterly meeting of the Virginia Board of Historic Resources and the State Review Board will convene on March 19, beginning 9:15 a.m., at the Harry M. Bluford Classroom of the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, 428 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23221. The boards will consider new nominations to the Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register of Historic Places, new historical highway markers, and new easement donations.
March 19 Draft Agenda (To be posted)
The nominations below will be considered for listing on the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR).
Note: In order to read and print joint board minutes, nomination forms, or Preliminary Information Forms, Adobe Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer (free software). Download Acrobat Reader now.
Preliminary Information Forms (PIFs) that DHR has evaluated during the current quarter are posted below for review by the State Review Board prior to its quarterly meeting.
Updated March 13, 2020