The City of Key West, Florida

The Southernmost City in the Continental United States


Historic Architectural Review Commission (HARC)

The Historic Architectural Review Commission (otherwise known as HARC) was created by the City Charter and oversees the preservation and conservation of the character, integrity, and appearance of the historic preservation districts, as well as for buildings individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places and buildings listed as contributing in the Historic Structure Survey of the City. HARC consists of seven members appointed by each City Commissioner, and the Mayor of the City appoints a licensed architect. HARC members are volunteer citizens that are committed to the preservation of the largest historic district in the State of Florida. HARC has two staff members who work with and educate the public on the rules and regulations relating to historic buildings and resources in Key West.

The current members of HARC are:

HARC Members

HARC Commission Meetings          How to Apply for Certificate of Appropriateness

HARC Guidelines and Ordinances          Is My Property Under HARC Jurisdiction?

Contact Us

Enid Torregrosa,
Historic Preservation Planner
1300 White St
Key West, FL 33040
  • Business: (305) 809-3973
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