The Boston Landmarks Commission will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on whether to designate the iconic Citgo Sign near Fenway Park as a landmark.
Since the building where the sign sits on was sold by Boston University, there has been a push to make it an official Boston landmark.
The designation would protect the sign from future development or being moved.
In May 2017, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced that a deal had been reached between new building owner Related Beal and Citgo to keep the 3,600-square-foot sign in place.
Prior to the sale of the building, there had been concerns that new owners might decide to remove the sign.
The hearing is scheduled to take place at 6 p.m. at Boston City Hall. The Boston Landmarks Commission won't vote on it until later this fall.