City and Borough of Juneau
155 S. Seward Street
Juneau, Alaska 99801
tel. 907-586-5240
fax 907-586-5385

Historic Preservation in Juneau




Juneau is in the midst of developing the City’s Historic Preservation Plan and continues to seek community input into the process.


The next opportunity takes place on Thursday, March 15, between 1:30 and 4:00 pm at the Alaska State Library, Archives & Museum (SLAM) building, 395 Whittier Street.


Stakeholders in historic and cultural preservation efforts in the City and Borough of Juneau are encouraged to attend this gathering and share feedback regarding preservation planning by looking through the following lenses:

  • Resource Identification & Management
  • Education & Interpretation
  • Economic incentives & Benefits
  • Advocacy & Partnerships


Documents of interest related to the Historic Preservation Plan update:


For questions contact Allison Eddins at the Juneau Community Development Department, 586-0758 or


Photo: Joe Kendler and Douglas Dairy Truck, ca.1919, ASL-P328-03-03

This page is a joint project of the Juneau Community Development Department and Juneau Public Libraries. The planning and development of this web site has been financed in part with Federal funds from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior, and through the assistance of the Alaska Office of History and Archaeology, Department of Natural Resources. However, the contents and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of the Interior, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation by the Department of the Interior or the Department of Natural Resources.




Historic Context and Evaluation of Ranger Boats in Alaska, 2012


Downtown Historic District Design Standards & Guidelines





Treadwell Mining Complex: Historic Resources and Site Survey Report (9MB PDF)


Volume One Starr Hill -The Kennedy Street Mineworker's Houses, 1986




In 2015, the Community Development Department, Parks and Recreation Department and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, completed the Evergreen Cemetery Mapping and Brochure Project. For more information, check out the Brochure and the Evergreen Cemetery database below.


The Historic Sites & Structures Inventory was developed as a joint effort between the City & Borough of Juneau Community Development Department and Juneau-Douglas City Museum to provide students, researchers, citizens, and visitors of the community with a one-stop-shop for historic, cultural, and building-related information.

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