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Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

For more information contact:

Michael Houser
State Architectural Historian
(360)586-3076
Michael.Houser@dahp.wa.gov

The Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (WA-ACHP) is comprised of citizens knowledgeable in Washington's history, archaeology, and architecture.  The nine member board reviews nominations to the National Register of Historic Places and the Washington Heritage Register.  The Council meets three to four times a year, at various locations across the state

The council also acts in advisory capacity to the governor on policy issues regarding preservation activities in the state and recommends to the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) placement of properties onto the state and national register.  The council was established and is defined by WAC 25-12.  The staff to the council is Michael Houser, State Architectural Historian, who can be reached at (360) 586-3076 or Michael.Houser@dahp.wa.gov.  The council was established in 1971 and has had a variety of members and chair's throughout the years. (Click here for a list of past ACHP Chair's)

Citizen Member (Chair)

Paul Mann

Spokane, WA
Second term expires in 2020

Historical Architect

Jon A. Campbell

Walla Walla, Washington
Second term expires in 2019

Citizen Member

Jerri Honeyford

Sunnyside, Washington
First term expires in 2020

Heritage Organization

Catherine Collins

Snohomish, Washington
Second term expires in 2020

Historian

Michael Sullivan

Tacoma, Washington
First term expires in 2020

Archaeologist

Paul Gleeson

Port Angeles, WA
Second term expires in 2020

Architectural Historian

Eugenia Woo

Seattle, Washington
First term expires in 2021

Citizen Member

Robert Mack

Tacoma, Washington
First term expires in 2021

Tribal Representative

Jacqueline Cook

Grand Coulee, Washington
First term expires in 2018

168th ACHP Meeting - March 8th, 2018

The Washington State Governor's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation will consider the following for nomination to the State and/or National Register of Historic Places on March 8, 2018, starting at 9:00 a.m.   The meeting is open to the public and will be held in Seattle at the Seattle Center Armory (formerly Center House), in Loft 2.

Preservation Office staff will present a brief presentation on the history of the nominated resources, correspondence will be entered into the record, and the Council will entertain comments from people in the audience who wish to speak. Following discussion, the Council will act on the nomination, rendering an opinion of whether the property meets State and/or National Register Criteria.

Agenda

  • Results of NR listing
  • Meeting Minutes - Oct 16, 2015, Oct 7, 2016
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Heritage Barn Register Nominations - Round 25

Nominations

1198 Boundary Dam Access Rd
Metaline
Submitted by: George Kramer
425 Franklin St
Olympia
Submitted by: Erica Cooper
305 Harrison St.
Seattle
Submitted by: Historic Resources Group
28401 Covington Way SE
Covington
Submitted by: Historic Preservation Northwest
350 e Delaware Ave.
Republic
Submitted by: Madilane Perry
Fort Okanogan Interpretive Center
14370 HWY 17
Brewster
Submitted by: Conf. Tribes of the Colville
2317 13th Ave E.
Seattle
Submitted by: Dayton Hist Depot Society
Hulbert House
807 North "M" Street
Aberdeen
Submitted by: Joan waters & Courtney Barclay
21419 W Thorp Rd
Medical Lake
Submitted by: Angel Rios
Mount Baker Park Historic District - Part 1
Seattle
Submitted by: NW Vernacular
Property Descriptions
Seattle
Submitted by: Northwest Vernacular
115 Raven Ridge Rd.
Kelso
Submitted by: Ingrid Sandstrom
Mount Zion Baptist Church
1634 19th Ave
Seattle
Submitted by: Lora-Ellen McKinney, Martha Collins & Debra Ward
1981 N. Leclerc Rd.
Cusick
Submitted by: Felipe Gonzales
22107 Pacific Way
Ocean Park
Submitted by: Cosette Moore
17816 Hall Rd KP N
Vaughn
Submitted by: Key Penn. Historical Society
1325 Sixth Ave
Seattle
Submitted by: Historic Seattle
Yama Village
Bainbridge Island
Submitted by: E.F. Aranyosi