Public Input Sought for State Historic Preservation Plan

The Kentucky Heritage Council/ State Historic Preservation Office seeks broad public input for the next five-year state historic preservation plan.

The Plan will outline broad goals, objectives and strategies for helping preserve historic buildings and sites across the commonwealth. Tell us what preservation tools you as citizens of the Commonwealth need at hand. Tell us what you want to see preserved! What we accomplish in the coming five years depends on what you tell us now.

Please take a minute to complete the questionnaire at the link below, or scan the QR code above:

This is a temporary link, so please take that minute now. This is about our sense of home, and our identity as Kentuckians.  What do you have to lose? 

For more information, visit or call Dr. Orloff Miller at 502-892-3606.

An agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office is responsible for the identification, protection and preservation of prehistoric resources and historic buildings, sites and cultural resources throughout the Commonwealth, in partnership with other state and federal agencies, local communities and interested citizens.