Landmarks Commission

The Landmarks Commission serves as the official steward of the City’s historic resources. The Landmarks Commission is responsible for designating landmarks and landmarks districts. The Commission has the responsibility of reviewing proposals for demolition, construction or alteration of any landmark or property in a landmarks district. The Commission holds public hearings and issues certificates of appropriateness for proposals which meet criteria for acceptable work.

Commission members

David Neville, Chair  Gretchen Schuler, Vice Chair Elizabeth Cardarelli
Tom Dubowski Sarah Egan-Reeves Kevin Kearney
Jim Morse Paul Schumann


Day: 2nd Mondays
Location: City Hall Council Chambers
Time: 7:00 p.m.

Meeting dates and times are subject to change. Please check the calendar for updates.


Nicole Rambo-Ackerman, Administrative Assistant




Centennial Home Recognition Program

Centennial Home Logo

In 2017, the Landmarks Commission launched the Centennial Home Recognition Program. This program seeks to identify and recognize those houses existing today in North Olmsted that were built in or before 1915, the city’s centennial year, in order to acknowledge their local historical significance and importance to the community. Owners of eligible houses may obtain program recognition by verifying their house’s age by submitting the application found below.


Press Release

Landmark Recognition

In 2015, as part of the City’s bicentennial celebration, the Landmarks Commission held recognition ceremonies for two homes in the community that were designated as official North Olmsted Landmarks in 2013. Find more information about these houses and read the stories of their original residents at


Image of Charles Seltzer Home
Charles Seltzer Home
30095 Lorain Rd
Image of Knight/Biddulph Home
Knight/Biddulph Home
4302 Porter Road