State Historic Preservation Office
Arizona State Parks & Trails
1110 West Washington Street, Suite 100
Phoenix AZ 85007-2957
The Arizona SHPO has gone digital !!
All initial correspondence related to the historic preservation program (CLGs, tax act credits, NR nominations, etc.) and all initial consultation (NHPA, State Act, NEPA, non-mandated reviews, etc) should be routed through this email, with attachments, to be logged in by SHPO admin. Subsequent correspondence will be directly conducted by/with your SHPO reviewer.
SHPO reviews all projects on a first come, first served basis, and have a 30 day review period under federal and state laws. Actual times are usually shorter, but dependent on current workloads and complexity of the projects.
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The Indian Ridge Historic District is a wonderful example of a mid century modern planned community built by the Lusk Corporation in Tucson Arizona from 1955 to 1964. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 16th, 2010.
Included in this website is information about the University Indian Ruins where the first residents of this ridge resided and how the neighborhood acquired its name.
Swim Team Season
Fourth of July Parade
To share the history and information that was collected during the process to get the neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
All content included in this website is for educational purposes only.