Skip to main content
King County logo

The 9-member Landmarks Commission was established in 1980 by Ordinance 10474 (KCC 20.62) to ensure that the historic places, material culture, and traditions which best reflect the region's 13,000 years of human history are preserved for future generations.

Commission members are volunteers appointed by the County Executive for their expertise is fields such as architecture, historic preservation, archaeology, education, and history. Interested in serving on the Commission? Contact Todd Scott. To learn more about the Commission’s work attend a meeting or contact us and make an appointment to visit our office.

Commission members - 18KB PDF

Meeting schedule - 13KB PDF

Commissioner job description - 207KB PDF

Landmarks Ordinance 10474 (KCC 20.62) - 91KB PDF

Meeting minutes