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Heritage Programs
Oregon Parks & Recreation Dept.
725 Summer St NE, Ste C
Salem, OR 97301

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

For General Information: David Bogan, Communications Coordinator

Phone: 503-986-0671
Fax: 503-986-0793
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Directions
 
Our office is located between Union St NE and D St NE in Salem on the Oregon State Capitol Mall in the North Mall Office Building, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
 
I-5 southbound: take exit 256 (OR-213/Market St), turn right onto Market St NE, left on Winter St NE
 
I-5 northbound: take exit 256 (OR-213/market St), turn left onto Market St NE, let on Winter St NE
 
Hwy 22 eastbound: continue onto Center St NE, turn left on Winter St NE
 
Hwy 22 westbound: continue onto Mission St SE, take OR-99E BUS exit toward OR-22 W/Willamette U/City Center, slight right at 13th St SE, continue onto 12th St NE, turn left onto Marion St NE, turn right onto Winter St NE
 
 

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Parking
 
Two hour and 90-minute parking spaces (some metered, but all strictly enforced) are located on both sides of Winter St NE street as well as within adjacent blocks. All-day parking passes for the Capitol Mall Yellow Lot can be purchased from a kiosk located at the corner of Winter St NE and Center St NE for $6.00. The kiosk accepts cash, credit and debit cards. An all-day pass good at some City of Salem parking meters can be purchased in the State Capitol Building, Room 49.
 
For Researchers
 
Oregon SHPO Research Policy 
 
Advanced appointments to review archaeological and historic resource files are available 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Appointments should be scheduled in advance with program staff to ensure your space and time. Photocopies are 20 cents per page and digital scans are free (scans of archaeological records are not permitted). Researchers must bring their own digital storage device, such as a flashdrive or CD-R. Payment may be by cash, credit card (Visa or MasterCard), or check, payable to Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.