The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), formed in 1965, is the New York City governmental commission that administers the city's Landmarks Preservation Law. Since its founding, it has designated over a thousand landmarks, classified into four categories: individual landmarks, interior landmarks, scenic landmarks, and historic districts.
The New York City borough of Staten Island contains numerous landmarks designated by the LPC, several interior landmarks and historic districts. The following is an incomplete list. Some of these are also National Historic Landmark (NHL) sites, and NHL status is noted where known.
|Landmark Name||Date Designated|
|New York City Farm Colony – Seaview Hospital Historic District||March 26, 1985  |
|St. George/New Brighton Historic District||July 19, 1994  |
|St. Paul's Avenue – Stapleton Heights Historic District||June 29, 2004  |
|Landmark Name||Image||Date Designated|
|Lane Theater, First Floor Interior||November 1, 1988 |
|Sailors' Snug Harbor – Building "C" Interior, First Floor Interior||October 12, 1982 |
|Sailors' Snug Harbor – Chapel, First Floor Interior||October 12, 1982 |
|Tompkinsville (Joseph H. Lyons) Pool Bath House, First Floor Interior||September 16, 2008 |