DRAFT CODES AND DEFINITIONS
FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEWS
The Historic Preservation Review process for State and County projects in Hawai`i, is regulated by the Hawaii Administrative Rules for Historic Preservation Review:
The draft codes and definitions listed below under "Determinations", "Jurisdictions", and "Actions" summarize the recommendations and decisions made during the Historic Preservation Review process.
NHPA "No Historic Properties Affected." A project area has no significant historic properties, or extant historic properties are not affected.
EPM "Effect with Proposed Mitigation." Significant historic properties have been identified in a project area and measures to mitigate the project's effects on the property have been proposed.
WC-PC "Written Concurrence-Project Commences." SHPD gives written concurrence for state or county project to commence under Chapter 6E-8, HRS.
F-NHPA "Federal agency determines 'no historic properties affected'." See "Action" heading below if SHPD does not concur.
F-NAE "Federal agency determines 'no adverse effect'." See "Action" heading below if SHPD does not concur.
F-AE "Federal agency determines 'adverse effect'." See "Action" heading below if SHPD does not concur.
Pending:Determination not made because additional information is needed about a project area.
None: Correspondence does not address Historic Preservation issues.
County (6E-8 Review of effect of proposed state projects)
County (6E-42 Review of proposed projects)
State (6E-8 Review of effect of proposed state projects)
State (6E-42 Review of proposed projects)
State (6E-43 Prehistoric and historic burial sites)
State (6E-43.6 Inadvertent discovery of burial sites)
Survey Requested: An Inventory Survey is requested because significant historic properties may be present in the project area. Inventory surveys identify all historic properties within a project area, provide sufficient information to evaluate their significance, and include proposed mitigation measures. Surveys can include archaeological, architectural, and ethnographic inventories.
Precautionary Monitoring: Archaeological Monitoring of a proposed project is requested as a precautionary measure.
Survey with Monitoring: Inventory Survey requested because significant historic properties are known or likely to be present in the project area, however, circumstances preclude an inventory of all properties and monitoring of the project is also requested. Often applies to work in active roadways, extremely difficult terrain, or heavily vegetated areas.
Documentation Requested: Architectural Documentation is requested.
Considered Adequate: a report or plan has been reviewed and is considered adequate.
Revisions Requested: A report or plan has been reviewed by SHPD and revisions are requested.
Do Not Concur
Information Requested: Information has been requested of an agency or applicant.
Information Provided: Information has been provided to the public, an agency, or an applicant.
Inadvertent Notification: A landowner or a landowner's agent is notified of the inadvertent discovery of a burial, and the determination made by the SHPD Burial Sites Program.
Council Determination: A landowner or a landowner's agent is notified of a Burial Council's determination regarding the treatment of burial(s).
Council Plan Review: A landowner or a landowner's agent is notified that a Burial Council has reviewed a burial treatment plan and recommended that it be accepted or rejected.
Under Review: A report or plan is in the process of being reviewed by SHPD staff.
Comments: SHPD provides comments on a project without making a determination or recommendation.