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Projects & Publications

Click on the links below to see additional documents produced and used by the Planning and Building Department:

Historic Preservation Master Plan

The City of St. Augustine is currently developing a formalized Historic Preservation Master Plan. To learn more about historic preservation planning generally, the steps being taken to develop St. Augustine's Historic Preservation Master Plan, and how to become more involved in the process, visit the Historic Preservation Master Plan page.

Anastasia Boulevard Design Guideline Update

The City of St. Augustine has initiated a project to update the existing “Design Standards for Entry Corridors.”  The first area to be updated is Anastasia Boulevard.  The simple goal of the update is to make the guidelines clearer and easier to work with.  To learn more about the Design Standards Update, the original Entry Corridor Design Standards, the public workshops, and how to become more involved in the process, visit the Anastasia Boulevard Design Guideline Update page.

Historical Markers

With funds provided by the Florida Division of Historical Resources grant (awarded in the fall of 2015), plaques have been installed on over 30 historic properties throughout downtown St. Augustine.  Selected from the list of buildings already posted on wayfinding directory signs, these locations include original colonial buildings and properties individually listed on the National Register.  Visit the Historic Property Markers page to learn more.

Historic Preservation, Building Codes, and Resiliency Workshop

The City of St. Augustine and Flagler College, in cooperation with the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation and more than a dozen other organizations held a workshop on Historic Preservation, Building Codes and Resiliency November 15th and 16th, 2016. The workshop featured 16 speakers participating in presentations and panel discussions covering a wide range of topics including disaster management planning for cultural resources, building codes and historic buildings, and sea level rise with several speakers from the National Park Service, professionals in Florida as well as national experts. Click below to see the presentations from the workshop: