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National Register of Historic Places

The Planning Department assists with obtaining National Register recognition and understanding eligibility requirements.

The National Register is the official source for federally recognized historic resources of value. Eligibility of buildings, sites, districts or objects is based on specific criteria defined by the National Register. More information is available from the National Park National Park Service.

A list of those resources in Delaware County listed in the National Register of Historic Places are available through PHMC.

Though National Register listing is a prestigious status, it has little regulatory power. Conversely, municipal regulation is the best way to ensure a municipality identifies and protects their most valued resources. The Planning Department can help explain and facilitate the use of many other tools that can protect a municipality’s heritage. For more information on protected historic resources, click here.

The Planning Department can assist with obtaining the National Register of Historic Places recognition and understanding eligibility requirements. Questions about the National Register of Historic Places? Contact the Planning Department at 610-891-5200 or Planning_Department@co.delaware.pa.us.

 



 

 

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