Randolph County Cultural Heritage Sites
The designation of a local Cultural Heritage Site is a recognition program unique to the Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission. It is designed to increase public appreciation and awareness of the special heritage and history of Randolph County. Cultural Heritage Sites are locations of local significance. This can include sites and open spaces that are works of man or the combined works of nature and man, including parks and landscapes, locations of mills and bridges, and archaeological sites which are of local historic value to the local community. Cultural Heritage Sites can also include natural features, including geological and biological formations, which can form an irreplaceable part of the local environment. By regarding Cultural Heritage Sites as both man made and natural, this will remind us of the ways in which people interact with nature, and of the fundamental need to preserve the balance between the two.
Cultural Heritage Sites are classified on this website under the following specific categories: Building, Structure, Object, Site, and Monuments.