Your Community Plan for preserving local buildings and sites of archaeological, cultural and historic significance should:
list all archaeological, cultural and historic resources
identify those potentially threatened by future growth
recommend actions for safeguarding each, and
explain why the selected actions will achieve long term preservation.
Preservation usually also entails efforts in the area adjoining the building such as easements and other deed restrictions, protective zoning regulations, establishment of preservation districts, purchase of the resource by an entity committed to preservation.
Frequently Asked Questions the plan sets forth criteria for assessing what constitutes preservation of an archaeological, cultural and historic resource, shows existing archaeological, cultural and historic resources within the planning area as well as resources threatened by anticipated growth. If any are threatened does the plan: recommend actions for preserving the resource and provide the factual basis for the effectiveness of each action.
If there are no archaeological, cultural and historic resources within the planning area or they are all secure then the score for this quality of life factor is 5 or A.
A New Plan for Your Area if your current plan is about to expire or rates poorly based on the Quality of Life Growth Management system, we can assist you in carrying out the outlined steps and/or conduct a community workshop and assist you in formulating a planning strategy for your community.
Archaeological Cultural and Historic Preservation