The Historic Preservation Commission is a seven-member advisory board that carries out matters related to the Historic Preservation Ordinance of the City of Bismarck. The Historic Preservation Commission’s responsibilities include:
• Advise on matters related to nominations to the National Register of Historic Places; • Work to promote and educate about the City’s history, heritage, historic properties and past citizens; and • Serve as local historic resource for citizens and other City Boards/Commission seeking historic expertise.
Timeline of Bismarck History
The Timeline is a product of a two-year effort of a subcommittee formed by the Bismarck Historic Preservation Committee. The eras, themes, people and events identified within the timeline establish a Bismarck-specific historic context which informs future preservation-related efforts. Suggested additions to this online timeline are welcome and we encourage you to add to our town's ever-growing body of history.
Highland Acres Historic District Public Information Meeting Nov. 4, 2021
• 3:00 pm • Third Wednesday of each month (Meeting Schedule) • Tom Baker Meeting Room City County Office Building 221 N. 5th St. Bismarck, ND
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to meetings in the Agenda Center. View All
Minutes are available following approval in the Agenda Center. View All
Amy Sakariassen, Chair
Beth Nodland, Vice Chair
Please submit all requests for items to be considered by the Historic Preservation Commission to Kim Lee at email@example.com or 701-355-1846.
Section 106 Review Participation
The Bismarck Historic Preservation Commission participates in Section 106 reviews as a consulting party on behalf of the City of Bismarck. The following document provides general information about the Section 106 Review process and submittal procedures for consulting parties.