Tempe Historic Preservation Office


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The Tempe Historic Preservation Office works with the community to preserve and enhance the historic nature of our city. This is done by working with home owners, neighborhoods, developers, commissions, state and national agencies, and volunteer preservation groups.

Tempe offers the Tempe Historic Property Register and assists people in efforts to list their properties on the National Register of Historic Places. The team works with the State Historic Preservation Office and Tempe Design Review.

Tempe also offers an Adaptive Reuse Program to help Tempe's older buildings find new uses that fit with our ever-changing community. Find out more. 

Because Tempe's history is so important to the community, there are several events each year to celebrate it, such as Walk Through History and Tales from Double Butte.




Tempe Historic Preservation Commission
The Tempe Historic Preservation Commission typically meets on the second Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. All meetings are open to the public and are usually held in Hatton Hall, located at 34 E. Seventh Street in downtown Tempe.


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