Cultural Resources Areas of Review Map

A New Map of the City's Historic Sites and Districts

March 31, 2023 | 2 min reading time

The Planning & Urban Design Agency has published a detailed map showing St. Louis’s wealth of historic areas and sites. It also illustrates the areas where the city’s Cultural Resources Office (CRO) has jurisdiction over exterior alterations and/or proposed demolitions.

QR codes on the map link to important information about historic districts, designations, and more. Enlarge map to use the QR codes.

View the Cultural Resources Office/Preservation Board Areas of Review Map.


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