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Photo of the Westbrook-Bell House, built in the early 1700s.  The house is built of stone, is a story-and-a-half tall, and has a wood shingle roof.

Historic Properties Management Plan (HPMP)

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Middle Delaware National Scenic River » Historic Properties Management Plan (HPMP) » Document List

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DEWA) is creating a Historic Properties Management Plan (HPMP).

The purpose of the project is to develop and adopt a strategy for the long-term management of all the historic buildings at DEWA. The number and condition of the historic structures exceeds the park's funding and maintenance capabilities. A Historic Properties Management Plan is needed to guide NPS in making strategic, prioritized maintenance and preservation decisions for the approximately 600 potentially historic buildings remaining in the park.

Additional documents for public review have been posted in the "Open for Comment" tab on this website and include materials from the public meetings on March 8th and 9th, 2017. Background information and materials from the January 2016 meetings are posted in the "Document List" tab.

Contact Information
Kristy Boscheinen, Project Manager, (570) 426-2439

Kathleen Sandt, Public Affairs Specialist, (570) 426-2472 office or (570) 234-9144 mobile