The Historic Preservation Planning program helps ensure that local citizens have a voice in preserving Georgia's historic resources and that those resources are included in planning activities throughout the state. Activities include:
- Assisting Regional Commissions and federal, state and local governments with implementation of planning legislation
- Identifying trends that affect historic resources and developing initiatives in response
- Coordinating with other agencies and organizations that effect historic resources
- Developing and implementing Georgia's statewide historic preservation plan
- Historic Preservation Planning Program: National Park Service
- American Planning Association: a nonprofit and research organization representing planners, officials, and citizens involved with urban and rural planning issues.
- Georgia Planning Association: a chapter of the American Planning Association with over 700 members in Georgia.
Who to contact:
Allison Asbrock, Outreach Program Manager & CLG Coordinator