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Montana State-Owned Heritage Properties

In 2011, the 62nd Legislature of Montana passed Senate Bill 3 amending 
Sections 22-3-422, 22-3-423, and 22-3-424 of the Montana State Code. The 
revised sections require state agencies and the Montana university system 
to biennially report to the Preservation Review Board on the status and 
maintenance needs of the agencies’ heritage properties. The findings from 
this reporting are to be conveyed by the State Historic Preservation Officer 
to the legislature, along with recommendations regarding management of 
the properties.

State Agency Heritage Property Report Outline
State Agency Heritage Property Form
Heritage Property Form Instructions

List of State-Owned Heritage Properties
 

2014 Biennial Reports on State-Owned Heritage Properties

Department of Administration
Department of Commerce
Department of Corrections
Department of Justice
Department of Military Affairs
Department of Natural Resources Conservation
Department of Public Health and Human Services
Department of Transporation
Fish Wildlife and Parks
Montana Historical Society
Montana State University
University of Montana

2014 State-Owned Heritage Property Condition Reporting Forms (large file size)


2014 Biennial Report on Montana's State-owned Heritage Properties

2012 Biennial Reports on State-Owned Heritage Properties

Department of Administration
Department of Commerce
Deptarment of Military Affairs
Department of Natural Resources Conservation
Department of Public Health and Human Services
Department of Transporation
Fish & Wildlife
Montana State Parks
Montana Historical Society
Montana State University
University of Montana

2012 State-Owned Heritage Property Condition Reporting Forms (large file size)


2012 Biennial Report on Montana's State-owned Heritage Properties