Schenley Park is considered a
National Register Listed Historic Site
Under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, federal agencies are required to consider the effects of their undertakings on historic properties in consultation with historic preservation stakeholders. The implementing regulations for Section 106 (36 CFR Part 800) define consultation as the process of “seeking, discussing, and considering the views of other participants, and where feasible, seeking agreement with them regarding matters arising in the Section 106 process” (36 CFR Part 800.16(f)).
Consulting Parties are those individuals and organizations with a demonstrated legal, economic, or historic preservation interest in an undertaking. Frequent participants include municipal governments, environmental organizations, community development organizations and nearby property owners. Participation in the consultation process is subject to approval by the responsible agency.
If you would like to be considered in the consulting parties group, please sign up here or contact:
Civil and Environmental Consultants