Architectural Review Board
The history of Dover is important, if not critical, to the future of the City. The Architectural Review Board has been developed to preserve the buildings that make Dover unique as well as protect the integrity of historic character in the City. The Review Board is designed to be a legal support establishment that will promote tourism, economic development, education and redevelopment. The nine-person board consists of at least six residents, as well as elected officials and architects. Board meetings are the first Wednesdays of each month at 3:00 PM in Council Chambers.
To learn more about the Architectural Review Board, call the Mayor’s Office at (330) 343-6726.
Historic Preservation Briefs Pamphlet (53.2KB)
National Register of Historic Places (93KB)
Dover Architectural Guide for Historic Districts (100.4KB)
Dover Architectural Review Board Minutes (12KB)
Dover Design Review Process (60.5KB)
Historic District Guide for Commercial Properties (390.5KB)
Dover Guide for Corridor Districts (17.8KB)
Preservation Ordinance (111.7KB)
Dover Certificate of Appropriateness Application (1023.1KB)