Or. Admin. R. 736-057-0030 - Certified Local Government Qualifications

(1) The National Parks Service certifies a city or county to carry out the purposes of the NHPA. At a minimum, in accordance with federal standards, a certified local government must:
(a) Have a historic preservation commission of interested and qualified members. To the extent they are available, at least some of the commission members should meet "professional" qualifications in the disciplines of history, architecture, architectural history, archaeology, or related fields.
(b) Have a preservation ordinance that provides how the local government will address historic preservation issues.
(c) Participate in updating and expanding the state's historic building inventory program.
(d) Review and comment on and allow for public comment on any National Register of Historic Places nominations of properties within the local government boundaries.
(e) Fulfill its obligation to enforce state preservation laws.
(f) Maintain the certification at audits under section (2).
(2) Every four years, the State Historic Preservation Office will audit an Oregon Certified Local Government to determine whether the city or county has maintained National Parks Service certification as provided in section (1). The State Historic Preservation Office audit will deem an Oregon Certified Local Government as either:
(a) Approved, or
(b) Approved with conditions.
(3) The State Historic Preservation Office will provide a written plan to meet Certified Local Government certification to any city or county approved with conditions.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 736-057-0030
PRD 3-2020, adopt filed 02/21/2020, effective 2/21/2020

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 390.124 & ORS 358.617

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 358.475, ORS 358.605 & ORS 358.612(2) and (12)

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