Preservation

  • Economic Impact

    View the Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation in Florida More


  • Florida Site File

    The Florida Master Site File is the State of Florida's official inventory of historical cultural resources. Categories of resources recorded at the Site File include archaeological sites, historical structures, historical cemeteries, historical bridges and historic districts. More
  • National Register

    The National Register of Historic Places is an official listing of historically significant sites and properties throughout the country. It is maintained by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. More
  • Florida Folklife

    The Florida Folklife Program, a component of the Florida Department of State's Division of Historical Resources, documents and presents the folklife, folklore, and folk arts of the state More

Florida Folklife

The Florida Folklife Program, documents and presents the folklife, folklore, and folk arts of the state. More about Florida Folklife

Master Site File

The Florida Master Site File is the State of Florida's official inventory of historical cultural resources. More about Master Site File

Florida Main Street

Throughout Florida there is a growing interest in improving the appearance and economic stability of historic downtown business districts. More about Florida Main Street

Historical Markers

The Florida Historical Marker Program recognizes significant historic resources, persons and events. More about Historical Markers

National Register

The National Register of Historic Places is an official listing of historically significant sites and properties throughout the country. More about National Register

Compliance & Review

Compliance & Review reviews development projects of all types and provides technical assistance on preservation laws. More about Florida Folklife