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Wall Street in Bend in 1910, unpaved.

The Bend Landmarks Commission serves the Bend community as one of the City's Citizen Committees.

Landmarks Commissioners are volunteers, appointed by the City Council, for 4-year terms.

The Landmarks Commission conducts quasi-judicial public hearings on Type III planning applications affecting historic resources, and acts as an advisory board to the City Council on decisions that could affect historic resources, as per Bend Code section 1.20.090 Landmarks Commission.

The Landmarks Commission meetings are open to the public.

Current Vacancies:
 none


LANDMARKS COMMISSIONERS

  • Jim Figurski
  • David Funcheon
  • Bill Olsen
  • Jerome Sebestyen - Chair
  • Terri Shepherd
  • Derek Stevens - Vice Chair
  • Robin Vora

Council liaison: Chris Piper

MEETING LOCATION/DATE/TIME

Where: Meetings are currently held via Webex, a virtual meeting platform, due to precautions related to COVID-19.  Click on the related Agenda for the meeting in question to review meeting content, how to listen and/or view the meeting, or provide public comment. 

When: 3rd Tuesday of every month unless specified.

Time: 6:00pm unless specified.

See calendar for details.


IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS


MINUTES


AUDIO RECORDING AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD

URL: ftp://ftp.bendoregon.gov
Username: ftp-out
Password: CityofBend1905

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You will be able to open and play the audio from your own computer.

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