Exciting News

The City of Spokane welcomes new Historic Preservation Officer, Megan Duvall. Megan joins the Historic Preservation Office from the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation. Megan had been working as the Certified Local Government Coordinator at the department since 2000, where she also ran the Survey and Inventory program for the state. More info



The Spokane City/County Historic Preservation Office and the Spokane Historic Landmarks Commission are local government programs that share responsibility for the stewardship of historic and architecturally significant properties within the City of Spokane and unincorporated areas of Spokane County. This website provides information about Spokane’s historic properties and districts, as well as assistance with these important preservation tools:

  • The Spokane Register of Historic Places
  • Design Review for designated historic buildings
  • Local financial incentives for historic property rehabilitation
  • Certified Local Government programs


Spokane Women’s History Sites Project

The National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites (NCWHS) has partnered with the National Park Service in an effort to identify places that are significant to the history of American women.  Download the pdf below and learn more about the important women in Spokane’s history and the buildings that are associated with them!

Womens Historic Sites (PDF)

Sites associated with the Women’s Historic Sites Project:

Armstrong House
Campbell House
Dodd House
Dwight House
Finch Memorial Nurses Home
Glover Mansion
Holy Names Academy
Hutton Building
Hutton House
Levesque-Majer House
Miller Block
Moore-Turner Garden
Motie House
Phelps House
Smith House
Whitten Block
Woman’s Club of Spokane


Landmarks Commission

Next Hearings:

March 18, 2015 – AGENDA (coming soon)

Due Dates:

Due Date Chart

Archived Agenda/Minutes:

Agenda and Minutes Archive


Upcoming Events

None at the moment – Check back soon!