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Historic Preservation – National Register

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The National Register recognizes places that matter to Americans.

The National Register of Historic Places is the official federal list of properties that are significant in American history, architecture, archaeology, or engineering.

Places may be listed individually, as part of an Historic District, or as part of a multiple property or statewide thematic category.

Utah’s historic properties are frequently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Recent nominations to the National Register that are currently under review include:

To see historic properties in Utah that were recently approved for the National Register, click here.

To search all historic properties in Utah, click here.

 

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National Register Nominations | September 2014

In October 2014, the Board of State History, for the Utah Division of State History, will review five (5) nominations to the National Register. These nominations are:

John & Margaret Price House in Salt Lake City


Murray City Diesel Power Plant in Murray


Rawsel & Jane Bradford House in Murray


James & Mary Jane Miller House in Murray


John & Sarah Jane Wayman House in Centerville


The Board of State History meets on October 17, 2014. These meetings are public. To view or print the meeting agenda, please visit the Board of State History on this web site. Please note: agenda for October 2014 may be delayed due to the production of the sixty-second annual Utah State History conference.

National Register Nominations | July 2017

On October 26, 2017, the State Historic Preservation Review Board, for the Utah Division of State History, will review three nominations for the National Register of Historic Places. These are:

UT_Utah County_American Fork MPS, American Fork, Utah County, Multiple Property Documentation Form

UT_Utah County_Thomas & Elizabeth Coddington House, Coddington, Thomas & Elizabeth, House, American Fork, Utah County

UT_Utah County_James & Emily Herbert House, Herbert, James & Emily, House, American Fork, Utah County

UT_Utah County_ Robert & Mary Ann Singleton House, Singleton, Robert & Mary Ann, House, American Fork, Utah County

UT_Utah County_Thomas & Eliza Jane Singleton House, Singleton, Thomas & Eliza Jane, House, American Fork, Utah County

UT_Salt Lake County_Gardner Robert Jr House & Mill Site, Gardner, Robert, Jr., House & Mill Site, East Millcreek, Salt Lake County

UT_Davis County_SL Base Monuments, Salt Lake Base Monuments, Davis County

UT_Davis County_Layton OSL RR Station, Oregon Short Line RR Station, Layton, Davis County

UT_Davis County_HAFB Building 225, HAFB Building 225 Airplane Repair Hanger, Hill Air Force Base, Davis County

UT_Carbon County_Great Hunt Panel, Great Hunt Panel, Nine Mile Canyon, Carbon County

The State Historic Preservation Review Board will meet on Thursday, October 26, 2017, at 1:00 pm, at the Pack House at this is the Place Heritage park, 2601 E. Sunnyside Avenue, Salt Lake City, to review the NRHP nominations. These meetings are public. To view or print the meeting agenda, please visit the Board of State History on this web site.

Current National Register Nominations

Utah’s historic properties are frequently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Recent nominations to the National Register that are currently under review include:

To see historic properties in Utah that were recently approved for the National Register, click here.

To search all historic properties in Utah, click here.


“Profits Through Preservation” Summary Report From Utah Heritage Foundation NOW AVAILABLE

The Utah Heritage Foundation recently released its report entitled,  “Profits through preservation: The economic impact of historic preservation in Utah.” The study, conducted by PlaceEconomics of Washington, D.C., aimed to determine the impact of historic preservation on Utah’s total economy. You can read all about it in the Full Report Summary or a check out the highlights.