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The Historic Preservation Board is made up of seven members who are selected at-large and each serve three-year terms. The current board includes members with backgrounds in architecture, historic preservation, archaeology, real estate and sustainability.
• Advises the Mt. Lebanon Commission on matters relating to historic preservation.
• Works to educate the community about historic preservation and what makes Mt. Lebanon special.
• Serves as a resource for community members regarding rehabilitation of their properties.
• The board also handles and responds to any federal procedural requests that relate to historic preservation.
If you have any questions, please contact staff liaison Public Information Officer Laura Pace Lilley at (412) 343-3552.
Interested in the story of Mt. Lebanon? The Historical Society of Mount Lebanon is its guardian. The valuable resource is a nonprofit located at 200 Lebanon Avenue, Mt. Lebanon. It is a separate entity from the preservation board and is not run by the municipality.