The State Historic Preservation Office carries out a comprehensive survey program for the identification of historic properties. The results of survey activities are presented in reports that explain the goals of the project, the methodology used, the resources documented, and much more. Below you will find the links to our current survey forms.
Historic Preservation Resource Identification Forms
The HPRI form is used to identify standing structures eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. The form is also used to facilitate the NHPA Section 106 review and compliance process, a procedure that helps protect Oklahoma's cultural resources from potential adverse effects that may occur during the implementation of federally-funded or licensed projects.
Historic Preservation Resource Identification Form (in PDF)
Historic Preservation Resource Identification Form for Cemeteries (in PDF)
Courtesy of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, we also offer two types of bridge survey forms: Truss and Non-Truss. These forms should be used for any bridges located in Oklahoma. These forms are also used to facilitate the NHPA Section 106 review and compliance process.