Historic Alexandria Resources Commission (HARC)
About the Historic Alexandria Resources Commission
Meetings of the Historic Alexandria Resources Commission are open to the public, and are held year round on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
The Commission members are comprised of:
Category A (3 members)
- Alexandria Archaeological Commission
- Alexandria Historical Restoration & Preservation Commission
- Alexandria Public Records Advisory Commission
Category B (9 members)
- Alexandria Association
- Alexandria Historical Society
- Alexandria Society for the Preservation of Black Heritage or an equivalent organization
- Carlyle House
- George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association
- Historic Alexandria Foundation
- Lee-Fendall House
- Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association
- Lease Holding Artist at the Torpedo Factory Arts Center
Category C (14 members)
- 2 Tourism and business community representatives.
- 2 Historic houses of worship - congregations, or sites which have played a significant role in the diverse cultural, social, and religious history of the city.
- 1 representative whose individual qualifications, or membership in a relevant community organization, reflect the importance of the city’s diverse social, ethnic, and cultural heritage, as well as its sites and structures, among Alexandria’s historic resources
- 1 Member of Alexandria civic associations.
- 2 members who resides in Planning District I
- 2 members who resides in Planning District II
- 2 members who resides in Planning District III
- 1 Representative who serves as a volunteer at a historic property or attraction which is open to the public on a regularly scheduled basis
- 1 Representative who is a member of a volunteer support group for such an organization
Term of Service
City Staff Contact
Gretchen Bulova, Office of Historic Alexandria, 703.746.4554.