Historic Home Information and Links

Portland Historic Preservation Committee:

The Historic Preservation Board has jurisdiction to review and approve applications for a Certificate of Appropriateness for exterior alterations, site improvements and new construction affecting PortlandĀ“s designated landmarks, buildings and sites within historic districts and historic landscape districts. Visit them online at: https://www.portlandmaine.gov/planning/historic.asp

Greater Portland Landmarks:

For over 40 years, Greater Portland Landmarks (GPL) has worked to promote the preservation and revitalization of historic buildings, neighborhoods, and landscapes, and to encourage high-quality new architecture that enhances the livability and economic vitality of greater Portland, Maine. Click Here for Maps of Historic Portland Walking Tours

Maine Preservation:

Maine Preservation's mission is to promote the preservation, protection and vitality of Maine's historic places and encourage quality design that contributes to the livability of our communities. Take a look at their event calendar

ATTENTION Property owners in Portland's historic districts: For more information on activities requiring approval (such as window and door replacement), the review process (you must recieve approval prior to any work being done) and resources (from Portland's Historic Preservation pision), please click on the guides below:

Property Owners in the West End Historic District

Property Owners in the Congress Street Historic District

Property Owners in the Deering Street Historic District

John Hatcher

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Business:(207) 775-2121
6 Deering St.
Portland, ME 04101