Historic districts may be located by visiting a city's local Visitor's Bureau, Chamber of Commerce or County Travel and Tourism Board. Also, visit the government's Center for Historic Buildings website to access links to historic buildings and landmarks all around the country.Continue Reading
Through the Center for Historic Buildings, the U.S. General Services Administration works to promote compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The NHPA seeks to protect historic structures by requiring any building project to undergo a thorough review process to ensure that historic buildings do not experience any damage or negative effects as a result of the project.
The GSA partners with regional organizations and provides resources, information, training and support to preservationists. Information on U.S. historic buildings and locations can also be found on the National Park Service website. The website contains a long and comprehensive list of historic sites as outlined by the National Register of Historic Places Program, which works to locate, evaluate and protect the natural, historic and archaeological resources in the United States.
In addition to links to historic sites and various preservation organizations, the National Park Service website also lists links to historic preservation jobs and a guide to historic preservation laws and regulations.Learn more about Geography