CCT: About the State Historic Preservation Office


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News Room:

 

SHPO has Relocated!

Our New Address is:

 

DECD/SHPO

450 Columbus Blvd.

Suite 5
Hartford, CT 06103
860-500-2300

 

NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES--CURRENT NEWS AND INFORMATION

 

National Register Nominations on June 22, 2018 State Review Board Agenda:

 

Dixwell Avenue Congregational United Church of Christ

Laurel Beach Casino

Shore Line Electric Railway Power House

Westville Village Historic District Amendment II
Westville Village Amendment Photos

 

 

 

Historic Property Database Now Available!

Order a State or National Register Plaque for Your Property

 
SHPO Internship Program


Recognizing the need to provide hands-on work experience not typically available to students in the traditional academic setting, SHPO has established an unpaid internship program to acquaint students with our mission. The internship program allows qualified students to obtain academic credit from their institution, while also gaining valuable experience. Interns are afforded an opportunity to familiarize themselves with hands-on work of SHPO, such as research, administration, policy development, planning, outreach, and records management.


How to apply


The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is responsible for overseeing the governmental program of historic preservation for Connecticut’s citizens. Originally established as the Connecticut Historical Commission in 1955, the agency was merged into the Commission on Culture & Tourism in 2003 and was renamed the Historic Preservation and Museum Division. The State Historic Preservation Office was again moved in 2011 into the Department of Economic and Community Development providing new opportunities for collaboration on restoration and community revitalization.

SHPO administers a range of federal and state programs that identify, register and protect the buildings, sites, structures, districts and objects that comprise Connecticut's cultural heritage.  

Investment in Connecticut: The State Historic Preservation Plan 2011-2016

Investment in Connecticut: Creating Jobs. Leveraging Resources. Enhancing Community Quality. Advancing Sustainable Growth



Museums


SHPO also administers four historic sites open to the public:


Historic Resources


 
Grants
 

Archaeology


 

Tax Credits


 

Environmental Review


SHPO will no longer accept digital submittals.  Please submit hard copies to Todd Levine, 450 Columbus Blvd., Suite 5, Hartford, CT 06103.
 
 

Technical Assistance


 

Connecticut Environmental Protection Act



Other Programs