State Historic Preservation Review Board (External organization)

    Activity: MembershipMembership of committee


    The Michigan State Historic Preservation Review Board is established in state law under Executive Order 2007-53, and in federal law under National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended.

    Members of the Review Board are appointed by the Governor, and is composed of professionals in the fields of architecture, American history, architectural history, cultural geography, prehistoric and historic archaeology, historic preservation, and related disciplines. The Board reviews and approves each National Register nomination prior to submission to the Keeper of the National Register; has appellate jurisdiction under the Local Historic Districts Act, as amended, and provides general advice, guidance, and professional recommendations to the State Historic Preservation Office on matters related to historic preservation.
    PeriodJan 1 2019
    Held atState Historic Preservation Review Board
    Degree of RecognitionState