State Board of Review Meeting

The next SBR meeting will be on September 17, 2022 in Mineral Wells.

  • Fact Sheet for property owners.
  • Members of the public are invited to attend State Board of Review meetings, address the board regarding any agenda items, and submit written comments via email to: nr@thc.texas.gov
  • All draft nominations under consideration will be posted below as they are finalized.

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Longhorn Ballroom
Dallas, Dallas County

Big Spring Downtown Historic District
Big Spring, Howard County
Public meeting will take place on August 15, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. in the Hotel Settles, at 200 East 3rd Street, Big Spring, Texas.

Abilene Commercial Historic District
(Boundary Increase for the Fulwiler Building and the Horace O. Wooten Grocery Co. Warehouse)
Abilene, Taylor County

Travis Elementary School and Cafetorium
Abilene, Taylor County
(Nominated under Historic and Architectural Resources of Abilene MPS)

St. Martins Evangelical Lutheran Church
Austin, Travis County

Suburban Alcoholic Foundation Clubhouse
Austin, Travis County


The State Board of Review approved the following nominations at the May 21, 2022 meeting:

Kress Building
El Paso, El Paso County

In Town Inn
Lubbock, Lubbock County

Campbell Building/Union Bus Station
Tyler, Smith County

Tyler Downtown Historic District
Tyler, Smith County

Fort Worth National Bank
Fort Worth, Tarrant County

The Hanako
Austin, Travis County

American Trust Building / Holiday Inn
Wichita Falls, Wichita County

Indiana Avenue Historic District
Wichita Falls, Wichita County

The State Board of Review meets three times each year to advise the State Historic Preservation Officer regarding National Register nominations. This review is required by federal law and provides an opportunity for public comment. These dates for upcoming SBR meetings, and their corresponding deadlines for final draft nominations (previously reviewed by THC staff), will allow applicants to plan accordingly. In our effort to be fair to all applicants, THC staff cannot set aside one nomination to work on another that has arrived after the stated deadline. Please visit "National Register Process in Texas" for additional information.

The State Board of Review (SBR) meets three times each year to advise the State Historic Preservation Officer regarding National Register nominations. This review is required by federal law and provides an opportunity for public comment. These dates for upcoming SBR meetings, and their corresponding deadlines for final draft nominations (previously reviewed by THC staff), will allow applicants to plan accordingly. In our effort to be fair to all applicants, THC staff cannot set aside one nomination to work on another that has arrived after the stated deadline. Please see the "National Register Process in Texas" for additional information.

September 12, 2015 - El Paso
CLG – June 29, 2015
Non-CLG – July 29, 2015

- See more at: http://www.thc.texas.gov/preserve/projects-and-programs/national-registe...

The State Board of Review (SBR) meets three times each year to advise the State Historic Preservation Officer regarding National Register nominations. This review is required by federal law and provides an opportunity for public comment. These dates for upcoming SBR meetings, and their corresponding deadlines for final draft nominations (previously reviewed by THC staff), will allow applicants to plan accordingly. In our effort to be fair to all applicants, THC staff cannot set aside one nomination to work on another that has arrived after the stated deadline. Please see the "National Register Process in Texas" for additional information.

September 12, 2015 - El Paso
CLG – June 29, 2015
Non-CLG – July 29, 2015

- See more at: http://www.thc.texas.gov/preserve/projects-and-programs/national-registe...