WPB Historic Preservation Design Guidelines 2018 update

We are looking for your input! The City of West Palm Beach historic preservation staff wishes to update the existing historic preservation design guidelines to better serve the public. Please provide your feedback through the following survey questions.

2005 published edition of the West Palm Beach, Historic Preservation Design Guidelines

2005 published edition of the West Palm Beach, Historic Preservation Design Guidelines
A copy of the design guidelines may be found here, listed by chapter.
After reviewing the current design guidelines, please rate the following sections/chapters.

* 1. Chapters 1-3: Overview of the Historic Preservation Program, Registers of Historic Places, History of WPB

* 2. Chapters 4-6: Architectural Styles, WPB Architects, and WPB Historic Districts

* 3. Chapters 7 & 8: Review Process and Design Guidelines (additions, relocation, new construction, demolition, building materials)

* 4. Chapter 9: Appendix (for further information)

The next set of questions will help staff determine how to better organize the book's content and features.

* 5. What sections are most helpful to you? (please pick top three)

* 6. Is the visual layout of the design guidelines helpful? Please rank the following categories.

  Needs attention
(graphics are lacking in quality or amount)
Sufficient
(readable graphics, conveys the point)
Photos of Houses
Drawings of Architectural Features
Number of illustrations
Sizing of illustrations
Position of images within text

* 7. When making improvements to your home, can you easily locate helpful information in the design guidelines?

No, it's difficult Found it, with some effort
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* 8. Would you be open to the following additions in the design guidelines? Check the boxes that most interest you.

* 9. Any general comments about the design guidelines or citizen engagement may be added in the below space.

Thank you for your participation! All comments will help in updating the historic preservation design guidelines to better serve our constituents.

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