Oregon State Forester’s Office Building
The State Forester’s Office building was built to house the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Headquarters following the Oregon Capitol fire in 1935. ARG completed a Historic Preservation Plan (HPP) for the building as Part I of the two-part restoration project; the HPP will serve as the basis for the subsequent design and construction phase.
Did you know?
The State Forester’s Office Building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Built in 1938, it was designed by US Forest Service Architecture and is located in Salem, Oregon.
It currently houses the Oregon Department of Forestry, and is recognized to be a National Park Style building.
This project is currently in-progress!