The Santa Monica Conservancy's Preservation Resource Center received one of two Preservation Awards presented at the 47th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards, hosted by the Los Angeles Business ... more
The latest Conservancy newsletter is now available online, as well as past editions. Our newsletter covers upcoming preservation events, preservation issues, features on the people and places of ... more
The Santa Monica Conservancy recognized eight exemplary contributions to the preservation of Santa Monica’s architectural and cultural heritage by honoring individuals, building owners and architectural firms at its ... more
The Landmarks Commission designates landmarks and structures of merit, advises on potential historic districts, regulates the alteration of any landmark, maintains a current list of designated historic resources, and participates in environmental review procedures.
The Landmarks Commission meets the second Monday of each month at City Hall. Their primary responsibilities include reviewing applications for and designating landmarks and structures of merit, advising on potential historic districts, regulating the alteration of any landmark, maintaining a current list of designated historic resources, and participating in environmental review procedures.
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
The Civic Auditorium’s five sky-piercing concrete masts are the building’s most striking feature and convey this spirit of innovation and freedom. more
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The Santa Monica Conservancy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which promotes preservation of the community’s historic places. The Conservancy has a popular program of tours, lectures and events that educate the public about preservation and is committed to the support and improvement of public policies for preservation.