The intent of this zone is to promote the educational, cultural, economic and general welfare of the community, and to ensure the harmonious growth and development of Winslow by encouraging the preservation and rehabilitation of history districts therein.
History Overlay Zoning
The building or site must be 50 years old or older, or have a documented association with an important person in history;
a distinctive design or physical character; or
the potential to provide important informatin about prehistory or history.
Buildings & Sites Eligible for Listing on the National Registar of Historic Places:
Any individual, organization, government office, consultant or public entity may prepare and submit a National Register Nomination.
Nomination forms and instruction booklets have been prepared by the Department of the Interior and National Park Service. These booklets are available through the State Historic Preservation Office.
The National Register Coordinator and other staff at the State Historic Preservation Office are available to provide technical assistance.
Nominate a Property to the National and/or Arizona Register of Historic Places:
Tax Incentive Programs:
Sources of Assistance Available
National Register Nomination Forms
Historic Preservation Office
Community Development Dept.
21 N. Williamson Ave.
Winslow, AZ 86047
Certified Local Government (CLG) Grants
Historic Preservation Heritage Fund Grants
The State Historic Property Tax Reclassification Program
The Federal Investment Tax Credit Program
Members serve three year staggered terms.
The Historic Preservation Commission meets on the last Thursday of the month at 4:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 115 E. Second Street, Winslow, Arizona, unless there is no quorum or business to come before the commission.