Welcome to the National Register Historic District Address Finder
From German Village in Columbus, to the Dayton neighborhood where the Wright
Brothers ran a bicycle shop, to the early 20th century planned suburban community
of Shaker Heights, Ohio has more than 250 historic districts which are listed
on the National Register of Historic Places.
A National Register historic district may be as small as a few buildings, or
as large as an entire downtown business district, neighborhood, or community
in which historic properties that are associated with a particular time or theme
in history predominate. Often their collective significance may be greater than
that of any one building or site. As a planning tool, historic district designation
is often used to foster the preservation of historic properties within the district
boundary, or to encourage reinvestment in them.
This address finder is designed to help you find out whether a property is
located within one of Ohio's National Register historic districts; all of the
properties inside the boundary of each National Register Historic District are
listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most properties within the
boundary of a district contribute to its significance. Some do not; this information
is noted where known.
The address finder is as accurate as possible, but there may be cases in which
some or all of the properties within a National Register historic district are
not part of our database and therefore cannot be located using the address finder.
Please e-mail us or call (614) 298-2000 to report problems or questions.
Click here to learn how to use the National Register Historic District Address Finder
Click here to use the National Register Historic District Address Finder
For more information about rehabilitation or technical questions, contact the Ohio Historic Preservation Office