Five resources were newly added to the Georgia Register of Historic Places in May 2021. Nominations for these resources were approved during a May 21 meeting of the Georgia National Register Review Board, which is charged with evaluating National Register nominations from Georgia prior to their submission to the National Park Service for National Register of Historic Places listing. As Georgia’s state historic preservation office (SHPO), the Historic Preservation Division (HPD), housed in the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, administers the National Register of Historic Places program in Georgia.
The resources are College Avenue Bridge, Stone Mountain, DeKalb County; Henry Alexander Hunt High School Gymnasium, Fort Valley, Peach County; Springfield Terrace School, Savannah, Chatham County; Cornelia Commercial Historic District, Cornelia, Habersham County; Savannah Water Works Pump House, Savannah, Chatham County. Get the details on each of these #OnTheDCABlog.