State Historic Preservation Office. The state agency charged with enforcement of the National Historic Preservation Act. Before actions are taken that may affect cultural resources, SHPO is provided an opportunity to comment on the potential impact on areas eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
State Historic Preservation Officer. Official appointed or desig-nated, pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act, to administer a state's historic preservation program.
State Historic Preservation Officer. Responsible for administering the process of compliance with laws and regulations governing cultural resources for a given state; provides review and commentary on undertakings governed by those laws and regulations.
(State Historic Preservation Officer) The federally mandated person and office responsible for federal cultural resource compliance at the state level. Every state has one, with a staff that varies in size and specialties. There is usually at least one archaeologist and one architectural historian on the SHPO's staff.
State Historic Preservation Officer. the official designated by the Governor to administer the State's historic preservation program and the duties described in 36 CFR Part 6l including nominating properties to the National Register.
State Historic Preservation Office (or Officer)
State Historic Preservation Officer (pronounced Ship-poe).
Office of the State Historic Preservation Officer
State Historic Preservation Officers. SHPOs administer the national historic preservation program at the State level, review National Register of Historic Places nominations, maintain data on historic properties that have been identified but not yet nominated, and consult with Federal agencies during Section 106 review. SHPOs are designated by the governor of their respective State or territory