Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966
Section 110 of the National Preservation Act of 1966 (U.S.C. 470) requires federal agencies that own land to be proactive in managing their historic structural and archeological resources by first identifying the historic properties ahead of any individual project requirements and then developing a plan for the protection or management and use of these properties. The result is a more comprehensive approach to cultural resources management and planning. Federal agencies that own land or properties in Georgia and carry out archaeological or historical surveys and/or prepare preservation plans are required to consult with HPD.
Who to contact:
Jennifer Dixon, Environmental Review & Preservation Planning program manager
Meg Richardson, Environmental Review Historian, HUD and FCC projects
Barbara Fisher, Environmental Review Historian, GDOT/FHwA projects