Puyallup City Hall
333 S Meridian
5th Floor, Room 504
Puyallup, WA 98371
Meetings are scheduled on either the first or third Thursday afternoons, on an as-needed basis at such time as review is necessary for development projects within the Board's purview. Meetings are held upon the establishment of a predetermined quorum as established by the bylaws.
The Design Review and Historic Preservation Board is comprised of 7 members. The members are appointed by the City Council and serve four-year terms. The Board currently meets as required in response to development applications. The current members of the Design Review and Historic Preservation Board are:
Kristopher Stamon - Chair
Luke Heath - Vice-Chair
The majority of the Design Review and Historic
Preservation Board members are required to reside in the city of
Puyallup. As described in PMC 2.29.030, the board shall consist of:
2 members directly associated with applicable construction trades (e.g. contractor, structural engineer, developer, etc)
least 1 member shall have special expertise/training in historic
preservation and/or shall be affiliated with a historic preservation
At least 2 registered architects
members who shall either be associated with local interest groups (e.g.
downtown merchant, arts group) or in a related land use/design
discipline (e.g. realtor, historic preservation specialist)
All members of the design review and historic preservation board shall
have a demonstrated interest, competence, or knowledge in historic
preservation. The Design Review and Historic Preservation Board members
serve 4 year terms.
The Design Review and Historic Preservation Board is a decision making
body that reviews and renders decisions on qualifying applications
submitted to the city for projects occurring in the CBD-Core and CBD
zones for conformance with the adopted Downtown Design Guidelines.
Qualifying applications include:
Buildings that are 10,000 square feet or greater
New additions and/or renovations of historic structures (constructed prior to 1946)
New and/or renovated parking garage structures
Transition area projects that either immediately abut or are directly across the street from a residential zone (except RM-Core)