Creation of the Office of Historic Preservation In 1999, the National Park Service made Park County a Certified Local Government, a designation that gives the county the ability to officially develop its own standards for establishing local historic landmarks.
Mission Statement The
Park County Office of Historic Preservation promotes the public health,
safety, and welfare by identifying, protecting, and preserving Park
County's historic and cultural resources, increasing public appreciation
of the area's diverse past, and encouraging heritage tourism.