Houston Archaeological and Historical Commission (HAHC)
The HAHC is a 13 member board that issues Certificates of Appropriateness and reviews Historic District, Landmark, Protected Landmark, and Archaeological Site designation applications.
2013 HAHC Year in Review .. watch video here.
Current Commission Members
- R. Maverick Welsh III - Chair, Citizen Representative
- Rob D. Hellyer - Remodeler/Builder - Vice Chair
- Anna Mod - Architectural Historian
- Jorge Garcia-Herreros - Professional Archaeologist
- Debra Blacklock-Sloan - Cultural History Organization
- David Bucek - Registered Architect
- John Cosgrove - Professional Real Estate Appraiser
- Romulo Tim Cisneros - Commercial Business Rep.
- Edie Archer - Cultural History Organization Rep.
- Ann Collum - Citizen Representative
- Douglas Elliott - Citizen Representative
- Paul Homeyer - Citizen Representative
- Charles Stava - Citizen Representative
- Minnette Boesel - Assistant for Cultural Affairs
- Dale A. Rudick, P.E. - Director, PWE
- Janet Wagner - Harris County Historical Commission
- Elizabeth Sargent - Archivist, HMRC
- Deborah McAbee - City Attorney
- Patrick Walsh, P.E. - Director, Planning
HAHC Meeting Schedule
Beginning with the June 2014 meeting, COA applications are due are due 22 calendar days in advance of the
meeting by 12 PM (noon) on the deadline date. The HAHC approved the deadline change at the April 2014 meeting; due to a 29% increase in COA applications, a two-week review period is no longer adequate. Please download the Revised 2014 HAHC Schudeule below for further details.
Meetings are held at 3:00pm (unless otherwise noted) at City Hall Annex, 900 Bagby Street, City Council Chambers, Public Level. To download a map of nearby parking facilities, click here.
* Revised Date
HAHC - September 25, 2014
COA ACTION Reports
First Montrose Commons
Main Street Market Square
Old Sixth Ward
Houston Heights East
Houston Heights South
Houston Heights West