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Since 1973, Seattle has designated more than 450 individual sites, buildings, vehicles, vessels, and street clocks as landmarks subject to protection by city ordinance. This section contains a step-by-step guide to Seattle's landmark process; answers to frequently asked questions; an illustrated roster of currently designated landmarks; Landmark Preservation Board minutes, schedule, and agendas; staff contacts; and instructions and a printable PDF form to apply for a "Certificate of Approval" to modify a designated landmark.

 

The Seattle Center completed an initial Landmarks Study of their Campus

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