Established 1935
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Section 106

Under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, federal agencies must consider the effect of their actions on historic properties and provide the federal Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) the opportunity to comment on proposed actions. Each State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) plays an important role in Section 106 review. In Missouri, the State Historic Preservation Office is a program within the Department of Natural Resources.

While the SHPO participates in the Section 106 consultation process, it is the federal agency that bears the responsibility for initiating various steps in the process. Although the federal agency may use the services of applicants, consultants, or designees to prepare information, analyses and recommendations, the federal agency remains legally responsible for all required findings and determinations.

View this page for more information about Section 106.

View the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) page.
View the ACHP's Working with Section 106 page for more information.

View a list of approved section 106 contractors.

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