Historic Preservation Board

Meetings


  • 5:00 p.m.
  • Third Monday of every month
  • Municipal building, Room C

Board Members


The Historic Preservation Board is made up of seven members who are selected at large each serve three-year terms.

Duties

Advises the Mt. Lebanon Commission on matters relating to:
  • Historic preservation
  • Identifying significant structures or sites within the municipality
  • Recommending a historic marker system
  • Recommending nominations for the National Register of Historic Places
  • Monitoring developments in historic preservation
  • Working to educate Mt. Lebanon property owners on preservation issues
  • Other tasks related to preserving the community

For More Information



If you have any questions, please contact Staff Liaison Susan Morgans at (412) 343-3780.

Voluntary Suggested Design Guidelines for Virginia Manor



Mt. Lebanon’s historic preservation board worked with T & B Planning, Inc., consultants for several months on design guidelines for Virginia Manor. After public meetings and discussion, the Commission decided to make these guidelines voluntary.  The final design guidelines and information that led to the Commission decision appear below.

Please review the final proposed guidelines below:

Virginia Manor Voluntary Design Guide Final Draft (9/24/15)
Virginia Manor Public Meeting 9/10/2015 presentation
Draft Proposed Guidelines (9/4/2015)
Virginia Manor Public Meeting 8/13/2015 presentation
August 13, 2015 Guideline Video Presentation
Local Historic District Designation—The Basics
Virginia Manor Public Meeting Summary Points - May 19, 2015
Virginia Manor Presentation

The document below, prepared by the public information office, poses frequently asked questions and answers about Local Historic Districts.

Frequent Asked Questions - Proposed Virginia Manor Local Historic District


Historic Preservation Overview: PowerPoint 2013


If you have any questions, please contact Staff Liaison Public Information Officer Susan Morgans at (412) 343-3780, and refer to the Mt. Lebanon Cultural Resource Survey (final report).

Published Articles



Lebomag article on your house in the historic district

The following articles spotlighting historic Mt. Lebanon architecture were written by members of the Historic Preservation Board and first appeared in the indicated issues of mtl, Mt. Lebanon magazine.

Living with Styles – The Houses of Mt. Lebanon Series


God’s Own Mansions Series


Preservation Road Series


National Register District



Mt. Lebanon has a National Register Historic District of 4,400 properties that was established in 2014. Here are some websites that provide background information.