Does HARC have jurisdiction of interiors?

Alterations to the interior of historic public places such as banks, hotel lobbies, auditoriums, theaters and public offices; the interior of any property that has been individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places; or the interior of any property that was a location of a historical event, are subject to HARC review.

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1. What projects need to go to the Historic Architectural Review Commission?
2. What is a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA)?
3. When is a Certificate of Appropriateness required?
4. What's the difference between Contributing and Noncontributing?
5. What does “Historic” mean?
6. I want to install something on my property that is not publicly visible. Do I need HARC?
7. Can I replace my windows?
8. Can I replace my metal shingles with v-crimp?
9. Can you elevate structures in the Historic District?
10. Can I build an addition onto my house?
11. Can I install solar panels?
12. Does HARC have jurisdiction of interiors?
13. Is Key West a Certified Local Government? What is a Certified Local Government?
14. I need to repoint my historic masonry or brick building. What is required?
15. Where do I get a plaque or star or marker?