Historic Preservation

The City recognizes that the historical heritage of the community is among its most valued and important assets.  The Historic Preservation Commission serves to help the City identify, preserve, protect and enhance historic areas and sites lying within the city limits.  

We are always looking for new members who are interested in the physical and written history of American Fork. If you are interested in being part of our committee, please call Juel Belmont at 756-4616.

(L-R) James Brown Cabin, Alexander Adamson Cabin, DUP Museum, and Thomas Proctor Cabin   The Museum is open Mondays and Fridays, 1pm to 5pm, during June, July and August.
Tours of all Three Cabins are available by request during the regular Museum hours.  The Museum and Cabins are also open by appointment by calling Karen Adams, Director, at 801-756-3724.

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