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Strategic Plan
2014-15 through 2018-19

         

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Division of Historic Preservation

Historic buildings play a special role in creating the distinctive character of each and every community. Their essential legacy of cultural, educational, recreational, aesthetic, social, and environmental benefits must be preserved for present and future generations. The Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation's professionally trained staff works in the public's interest to preserve and restore these buildings so they can enhance and enrich our environment and, thus, our lives.

Historic preservation does more than just communicate the past. By saving an important part of our heritage, the Division of Historic Preservation energizes Louisiana's cultural economy. We help local craftsmen, artists, and lovers of history find places to live, work, and play. Although we strive to preserve the best examples of our state's architecture, we also focus upon buildings representing the forces that shaped Louisiana's history and culture. Thus, we help the tourism industry provide destinations for out-of-state visitors who wish to enjoy the unique Louisiana experience. To make these things happen, we actively assist property owners to apply for National Register status and qualify for the federal and state tax incentives that often make the restoration of historic buildings possible. We also devise strategies to rejuvenate downtown commercial districts through our Main Street program.

Physical AddressOffice of Historic Preservation
Capitol Annex Building
1051 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
Mailing AddressP.O. Box 44247
Baton Rouge LA 70804
Phone:(225) 342-8160
Fax:(225) 219-9772

 

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Natchitoches Celebrates 300 Years 1714-2014
 

Louisiana's Oldest City is 300 years old and she has never looked better!


SAVE THE DATE- June 26-27, 2014, Annual Louisiana Preservation Conference- Natchitoches
 

The Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation and the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation will host the annual Preservation Conference in Natchitoches as part of the tri-centennial celebration of Natchitoches. Information on various sessions will be posted soon. Check out the LTHP link for updates on this conference when available- see EVENTS.