The AHPP does not maintain such a list, but professional archeologists may be located by contacting the Register of Professional Archeologists at (410) 931-8100 or at https://rpanet.org/.




AHPP is allotted 30 days for the review of undertakings as per the federal regulations (36 CFR Part 800). The review of smaller projects usually takes about two weeks.


You will need to submit the following items:

1. A 7.5 minute (1:24,000 scale) U.S. Geological Survey topographic map that clearly delineates the area of potential effects/project area.

2. A Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate using the WGS84 datum for the project location(s).

3. As necessary, the lead federal agency for the undertaking and the point of contact.

4. A thorough project description that details all aspects of the proposed undertaking, including estimated horizontal and vertical ground disturbance and any known past land use and/or modifications.

5. Include the location, age, and photographs of all structures (if any) that will be renovated, removed, demolished, or abandoned as a result of the project.

6. Include photographs of all structures 50 years or older on the property directly adjacent to the area of potential effects/project area.

7. Email this information in PDF format to section106@arkansas.gov or mail hard copies to the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, Section 106 Review, 1100 North Street, Little Rock, AR 72201.



U.S. Geological Survey topographic maps may be obtained from the Arkansas Geological Survey in Little Rock. Their telephone number is (501) 296-1877. Their website is https://www.geology.arkansas.gov/. Maps are available from various online sources as well.



The AHPP maintains the National Register files and a standing structure database found here. The Arkansas Archeological Survey (AAS) is the repository for archeological site information in the state. Professional archeologists may obtain site information by contacting the AAS registrar at (479) 575-6552.