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General information about the project’s focus areas
The Historic Resources Code Project (HRCP) Proposed Draft recommends changes to the City of Portland’s regulations for identifying, designating, protecting, and reusing historic places.
Read the Proposed Draft documents and testify on the Historic Resources Code Project (HRCP) Proposed Draft.
Conservation Districts are collections of properties designated for their historic significance by the City in 1993. This page provides a summary of the primary HRCP proposals applicable to Conservation Districts.
Conservation Landmarks are individual properties designated for their historic significance by the City. This page provides a summary of the primary HRCP proposals applicable to Conservation Landmarks.
Historic Districts are collections of properties designated for their historic significance by the City or National Park Service. This page provides a summary of the primary HRCP proposals applicable to Historic Districts.
Historic Landmarks are individual properties designated for their historic significance by the City or National Park Service. This page provides a summary of the primary HRCP proposals applicable to Historic Landmarks.
Properties on the Historic Resource Inventory (HRI) were documented for their historic significance by the City in 1984. This page provides a summary of the primary HRCP proposals applicable to HRI properties.
This page provides a summary of how the HRCP proposals would rename and reorganize the hierarchy of historic resource types, including general summaries of the resource types, applicable regulations, and listing procedures for each.
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