Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on
Serves in an advisory capacity to the Governor on policy issues regarding preservation activities in the state and recommends to the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) placement of properties onto the state and national register. The Council was established in 1971 and is comprised of citizens knowledgeable in Washington's history, archaeology, and architecture. The council members review nominations to the National Register of Historic Places and the Washington Heritage Register.
Government Operations and Public Safety
Total Board Positions
Public Disclosure Required?
Senate Confirmation Required?
Travel per diem
Term Length (years) 4
Statutory Term Limits
Six public members who are interested and experienced in matters of historical preservation, including the fields of history, architecture, and archaeology; a representative from the archaeological community; a Native American; one representative of a state or local heritage organization.