The State Agency Historic Property Stewardship Program , or State Stewardship, is similar to Section 110 ; however, it applies to state agencies rather than federal agencies. State Stewardship requires all state agencies that own property to survey their holdings and identify any archaeological sites or historic structures that are eligible for listing in the Georgia Register of Historic Places. Once resources are identified, a management plan should be created in accordance with the Georgia Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties . Agency management plans also referred to as preservation plans are then reviewed by HPD. Individual project reviews and technical assistance are also carried out by HPD.
- HPD recommends that state agencies review the State of Georgia’s Standards and Guidelines for State Agency Historic Preservation Programs .
- The publication Held in Trust: Historic Buildings Owned by the State of Georgia was published in 1993 and identifies historic properties owned by the state that were considered historic at the time it was published.
- Georgia's State Capitol 
Who to contact:
Jennifer Dixon, Environmental Review & Preservation Planning program manager
email@example.com , 770-389-7851
Meg Richardson, Environmental Review Historian, HUD and FCC projects
firstname.lastname@example.org , 770-389-7852
Barbara Fisher, Environmental Review Historian, GDOT/FHwA projects
email@example.com , 770-389-7854
Katie Twomey, Environmental Review Historian, GDOT/Transportation Enhancements projects
firstname.lastname@example.org , 770-389-7855