Surveys

Surveys

The Historic Preservation Commission is tasked with documenting and surveying properties with historic and architectural significance. A survey is a process to identify and gather data on a community’s historic and cultural resources. Survey projects produce records and photographs of individual properties as well as final reports with survey findings and contextual information. They are used to help inform decisions regarding the preservation of a specific property or a collection of potential historic sites. The survey process produces useful information for community planning, research, and public education and outreach. 

Current Survey Projects

Stay tuned for more information about upcoming survey work

Past Survey Projects

West Boulevard House
West Boulevard House
Get In Touch With Us
Contact the Rapid City Community Development Department to reach the City staff Liaison to the HPC. 605.394.4120