Phoenix Historic Property Register

Phoenix Historic Property Register

Established in 1986, the Phoenix Historic Property Register is the city's official listing of the historic and prehistoric properties that have been deemed worthy of preservation. The register recognizes buildings, structures, sites, objects and districts significant in local, regional, state or national history, architecture, archaeology, engineering and culture. Properties are listed on the register by being rezoned with an Historic Preservation (HP) zoning overlay. Once listed, properties are protected from demolition and other adverse alterations through a special development review process. Listed properties are also eligible to receive city incentives to assist with rehabilitation.

  • Eligibility Criteria for Listing
  • Phoenix Historic Points of Interest Interactive Map (under construction)
  • Phoenix Historic Points of Interest Interactive Map Help (under construction)

Properties currently listed on the city register: