Historic Preservation Ordinance
CHAPTER 10A - HISTORIC PRESERVATION
|Table of Contents|
|1052.||Tulsa Preservation Commission|
|1053.||Historic Preservation District Provisions|
|1054.||Historic Preservation District - Zoning Map Amendments|
|1055.||Certificate of Appropriateness|
SECTION 1053. HISTORIC PRESERVATION DISTRICT PROVISIONS
The Historic Preservation District is a supplemental zoning district having the designation HP.
Property located within a Historic Preservation District may be used for the purposes permitted within the general zoning district in which located.
Historic Preservation District Regulations and Exemptions
Within a Historic Preservation District, work, as defined in this Chapter, shall not commence unless a Certificate of Appropriateness has been first issued; provided however, that work related to the following shall not require a Certificate of Appropriateness:
- Ordinary maintenance and repair which shall include the removal, installation, or replacement of guttering; the removal or replacement of roof covering with like material; and the application of any paint color to non-masonry surfaces.
- Interior of buildings and structures.
- Portions or parts of buildings, structures, or sites not visible from adjoining streets.
- Accessory structures or buildings, such as storage sheds, garages, decks, patios, fencing, swimming pools and pool houses that are not part of the primary structure, provided however, such structures and buildings are not located in front yards.
- Installation of radio or television antenna.
- General landscape maintenance and planting of new organic materials.
- Work required for temporary stabilization of a building or structure due to damage.