Historic Landmark Commission
The Historic Landmark Commission holds a variety of responsibilities with the goal of promoting historical preservation in the city. The commission and its members:
- Investigate and study matters related to the protection, enhancement, restoration, perpetuation and use of historic landmarks, districts and structures;
- Review applications for historic landmark designation;
- Review permits for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, restoration, relocation, demolition, or razing of an included structure in a designated historic district or affecting a designated historic landmark;
- Review applications for historic preservation tax exemption; and
- Make recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Commission pertaining to the amendment of any historic district.
Submit an application through the SmartGov portal. The City of Boerne no longer accepts paper applications.
The Historic Landmark Commission meets at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month and in special meetings as needed. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall – 447 N. Main Street in Boerne.
The commission is comprised of seven members appointed by the mayor with approval from City Council. The mayor also appoints a chairman and vice chairman. Members serve a four-year term and must live within the city limits or within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Boerne.
|Member Name||Position||Term Expiration|
|Justin Boerner||Chair||Email Justin Boerner||May 2025|
|Sally Pena||Vice Chair||Email Sally Pena||May 2025|
|Cesar Hance||Member||Email Cesar Hance||May 2025|
|Patti Mainz||Member||Email Patti Mainz||May 2027|
|Michael Nichols||Member||Email Michael Nichols||May 2027|
|Julia Murphy||Member||Email Julia Murphy||May 2027|
|Lynnese Graves||Member||Email Lynnese Graves||May 2027|