Heritage Register Nomination

Mayor and Council

The mandate of the Prince George Heritage Commission is to protect, conserve and interpret the heritage resources within the City by supporting, encouraging, and facilitating their proper conservation, maintenance and restoration. The City of Prince George maintains a Heritage Register, which is an official listing of properties with heritage value.

All nominations are evaluated by the Heritage Commission. Nominations that satisfy the heritage resource evaluation criteria will be recommended to City Council for addition to the Heritage Register.

Location and Name of Nominated Heritage Resource

Type of Heritage Resource
If there are any difficulties uploading the files below please print the required documents and deliver them to Legislative Services; 1100 Patricia Blvd; Prince George BC V2L 3V9 or provide a link to the document to legislativeservices@princegeorge.ca
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Applicant Information

Mailing Address
Are you the owner of this historic resource?
May we contact you for further information?

We would also appreciate photocopies or digital copies of any photographs you may have of this historic resource. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS.

For further information, please contact the City of Prince George at 250-561-7611 or by email at devserv@princegeorge.ca

For more information, visit our Heritage Register Page.

The personal information on this form is collected by the City of Prince George for the purposes of processing this application, under the authority of section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  If you have any questions about the collection of information, please contact the Manager of Legislative Services at 1100 Patricia Boulevard, Prince George, BC, or by telephone 250-561-7600.

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