Historic Preservation Plan
The Historic Preservation Plan provides local units of government a working document to identify historic and cultural resources at the county or municipal level to consider the issues, problems and opportunities associated with historic resources and to develop goals, policies, and strategies for their appropriate use, conservation, preservation and protection that are consistent with the comprehensive plan. For a more complete description, please read Cultural Resources Identification and the Planning Process.
What We Do.
We will tailor the preservation plan according to a municipality’s priorities and budgetary constraints. We can provide any or all of the following elements below, which constitute a historic preservation plan, including maps, photographs, tables and graphs appropriate to the content. The final product will be presented as printed document with an accompanying power point presentation summarizing the plan.
- Evaluation of a municipality’s developmental history
- Inventory of existing conditions
- Assessment of current and future needs
- Articulation of community goals, objectives and strategies
- Implementation and action plan
- Identification of funding sources, tools, and methods to implement the protection of historic resources
- Establishment of the legal basis for historic preservation