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NJ Historic Preservation
Plan Survey:



Help Guide the Future of Preservation in New Jersey!

The New Jersey Historic Preservation Office is leading an update to the Comprehensive Statewide Historic Preservation Plan. The Plan will identify opportunities and challenges to historic and cultural resources, communicate a renewed vision for historic preservation, and guide planning and decision making for the diverse groups of partners involved in preservation in New Jersey.

Public input is an essential component of the Plan. An online survey and upcoming online workshop are the first steps in that process.

The survey is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NJHPPLAN22-27

The survey is currently open through February 15, 2022 and should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

The first online workshop will be held on:

Contact Jesse West-Rosenthal at Jesse.West-Rosenthal@dep.nj.gov or 609-292-0061 for more information or to request a paper copy of the survey.


Forms and Publications:

  1. 2013-2019 Historic Preservation Plan (PDF Format)
  2. New Jersey Partners for Preservation: A Blueprint for Building Historic Preservation into New Jersey's Future 2002 - 2007, (PDF Format)
  3. 1997 NJ Historic Preservation Plan, (HTML or PDF Format) (Please note that contact information for organizations listed in Chapter VI may have changed since this document was published in 1997.)

Useful Links:

  1. NJ Office of State Planning
  2. NPS Historic Preservation Planning Program (NPS Website)
  3. Preservation New Jersey
  4. Other Links

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Last Updated: April 5, 2019