State Parks and Cultural Resources revisits statewide plan

— October 13, 2014

(Press release) — The Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office is currently revising a statewide historic preservation plan, updating the previous document published in 2007.

The State Historic Preservation Office has the responsibility under the National Historic Preservation Act for developing and revising, as necessary, a Statewide Historic Preservation Plan. This plan helps to guide the work of the State Historic Preservation Office by providing a vision for historic preservation in the state.

The state’s current plan, “On the Road to Preservation” was published in 2007. The State has begun the process for updating the plan, and is interested in obtaining input from the citizens of Wyoming on what is important to them about Wyoming’s historic buildings, archaeological sites, and landscapes.

The public is invited to take the on-line survey (click here). The survey is open until January 15. The current Historic Preservation Plan can be viewed here.

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