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Department of Historic Resources (423)
Strategic PlanningBiennium
Mission

The Department of Historic Resources (DHR) encourages and supports the stewardship and use of Virginia’s significant architectural, archaeological, and historic resources as valuable assets for the economic, educational, social, and cultural benefit of citizens and communities.

Document Archive
Document TypeBiennium
Strategic Plan2008-2010
Strategic Plan2010-2012
Strategic Plan2012-2014
Executive Progress Report2012-2014
 
Budget Information
DollarsPositions
BienniumChapter TitleYear 1Year 2Year 1Year 2
2016-2018Chapter 780, 2016 Appropriation Act$6,807,573$6,808,44345.0045.00
2014-2016Chapter 732, Caboose Bill$7,375,140$8,420,79047.0047.00
2012-2014Chapter 1, 2014 Acts of Assembly$6,357,442$7,169,29646.0047.00
See Current Year Operating Plan  showing budgets broken out by Program
There are 2 active capital projects associated with this agency
Performance Measures
Active performance measures for this agency
Detailed Measures Report - Table Format
Measure NameMeasure Class
Amount of private investment (in millions of dollars) leveraged rehabilitation tax credits to reuse historic buildings and stimulate local economiesOther Agency
Completion rate for battlefield preservation projectsProductivity
Completion rate for projects that salvage or analyze data from archaeological sites threatened with major damage or destruction through human or natural forcesOther Agency
Completion rate for survey and planning projects conducted in partnership with local governmentsAgency Key
Number of customers using agency inventory records on-site and/or using agency research servicesOther Agency
Number of historic preservation easements added or amended to protect Virginia's significant historic assets.Other Agency
Number of historic properties newly identified and recorded or for which new data is added to the statewide inventory.Agency Key
Number of historical highway markers approved for placement on Virginia's HighwaysOther Agency
Number of participants reached by agency sponsored or cosponsored training sessions and education programsOther Agency
Number of projects that rehabilitate and reuse historic buildings as certified to meet the criteria for tax creditsAgency Key
Number of state-owned properties appropriately considered for preservation purposes or placed under treatment or management plans.Other Agency
Numbers of visitors to educational exhibits that have been leveraged or enhanced by agency partnerships with, or by technical assistance and archaeological artifact loans to, museums and other institutionsOther Agency
Percentage of agency responses that comply with the 30-day federal response requirement for state, federal, and local project reviewProductivity
Percentage of eligible employees that are signed-up to telework.Other Agency
Percentage of historic properties newly identified or revisited on the statewide inventory that are within defined climate change impact areasAgency Key
Percentage of new listings on the Virginia Landmarks Register that directly reflect the rich variety of Virginia's people and cultureOther Agency
Percentage of new or replacement historical highway markers that directly reflect the rich variety of Virginia’s people and cultureOther Agency
Percentage of participants reached by education programs with themes emphasizing the rich variety of peoples and cultures in Virginia’s historyOther Agency
Percentage of properties under easement inspected for compliance with easement conditionsAgency Key
Percentage of Small, Women and Minority (SWAM) agency goal achieved.Other Agency
20 Measures
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