Landmark Sites are individual resources, such as buildings, sites, trees, statues, signs, or other objects that are significant for their historical, cultural, archaeological, or architectural merit. There are two types of historic landmark sites: Local Landmark Sites and National Register Sites.
Local Landmark Sites
Local Landmark Sites are individual resources that have been locally designated by Salt Lake City because of their historic, cultural, archaeological, or architectural significance and for their role in helping create Salt Lake City’s character.
National Register Sites
National Register Sites (or National Register Properties) are individual resources that have been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. These resources are significant in American history, cultural, archaeological, or architectural significance at the local, state, or national level.
View List of National Register Sites (includes National Historic Landmarks)