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Review and Compliance

Historic Preservation Consultation

Historic preservation consultation consists of identifying a project's potential effect to historic buildings and structures, historic districts, historic landscapes and settings, and to known or potential archaeological resources. This consultative process, also known as Project Review, occurs between the Vermont State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and project applicant (state/federal agency, developer, or property owner). In Vermont, SHPO is also the Division for Historic Preservation (VDHP).

Applicants are encouraged to contact VDHP early and often in the project planning process.

Please review the Checklist for Historic Preservation Review.

  • Project Review Cover Form must be submitted for each project or undertaking.
  • For undertakings as part of State or Federal Programmatic Agreements, please visit the Programmatic Agreement Library for processes, steps, review periods, and project review forms specific to those agreements.

All submittals and correspondence should be email to VDHP at

If you have any questions about this process, please contact us.  Who can help with your review?