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Fredericksburg Architectural Review Board
The Architectural Review Board maintains the historic and architectural integrity of designated areas within the city of Fredericksburg.Meetings are held on the second a fourth monday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall.
The board is made up of seven city residents, appointed to four year terms. One must be a registered architect or architectural historian, one must have professional trainining or equivalent experience in architecture, history, architectural history, archaeology or planning.
As of January, 2012 the liason for the ARB is Erik Nelson, Senior Planner with the Fredericksburg Planning and Community Development Department.
|Where||Fredericksburg City Hall 715 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401|
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|Time||7:30 pm–9:30 pm|
More About Fredericksburg City Hall
This stately building was originally constructed as a Post Office. In 1982, it became the seat of Fredericksburg's municipal government. Today the building houses the offices of the Mayor, Commissioner of Revenue, Building and Development Services, City Manager, Fiscal Affairs, Human Resources, Planning and Zoning, Public Works Engineering, Real Estate, Treasurer and Utility Billing. A number of city services are bundled in one location for ease of residents in their most common interactions with the municipal government. This building also houses the chambers of the City Council.