The Historic Preservation Office (HPO) works to protect and enhance historic neighborhoods, buildings and sites in Phoenix. HPO works closely with the Historic Preservation Commission to identify and designate eligible properties and districts for listing on the Phoenix Historic Property Register. Protection is provided to designated properties through city review and approval of exterior alterations to buildings and demolition requests. HPO also administers the Historic Preservation Bond fund that supports a number of financial assistance programs for historic properties. Rehabilitation training and educational activities are offered to heighten public awareness and appreciation for the community's historic resources.
Did you know that windows are often one of the character defining features of an historic home? Would you like to repair your historic windows and make them more energy efficient? Watch this short excerpt from the Building Phoenix show to see how James Varela restored some old growth wood windows in his 1920s bungalow to be more energy efficient.
Additional information is included in the Guide to Window Repair and Replacement for Historic Properties. For more resources on energy efficiency, just click the green box below.
Planning & Development Department
Historic Preservation Office
200 W. Washington St., third floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
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Walk-in hours: 12:30-5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Customers must sign in by 4:00 p.m. and may continue their business transaction through close of business at 5:00 p.m.