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General questions and inquiries about the preservation, alteration, or potential demolition of a property should be directed to
City Preservationist Arthur Bennett
artbennett70 [at] hotmail.com
To appear before the Waltham Historical Commission or submit items for review by the commission, please contact:
Alex Green, Chairperson
Waltham Historical Commission
610 Main Street
Waltham, MA 02452
Please note that all material submitted for review by the Waltham Historical Commission must be sent digitally to the Chairperson within the requisite time period to appear on the agenda.
The rich history of Waltham is visible in every neighborhood of the city. The Waltham Historical Commission is a seven member board that works to preserve, promote, and develop the historic assets of Waltham for present and future use. The commission oversees the operations of the Robert Treate Paine Estate and the Wellington House. Under the expertise of the city preservationist, Arthur Bennett, the commission reviews potential alterations and demolitions of historic properties, assessing their impact on the historic landscape of the city.
The Waltham Historical Commission meets monthly from September to June. Meetings are typically held on the second Monday of the month, at 7 PM in the community room of the Arthur Clark Government Building, 119 School Street, Waltham. Our June meeting is held a the Robert Treate Paine Estate.