Archaeological surveys and excavations on state lands must be completed under the supervision of a principal investigator permitted by the Public Lands Policy Coordination Office (PLPCO).
How to complete a file search
Archaeological records are protected by state and federal law and can only be accessed by qualified archaeological personnel.
Photographs in report/site forms
The Antiquities Section of State History will accept electronic submissions of report and site forms, including photographs under certain pre-arranged conditions.
How to receive an IMACS Code
Each archaeological firm submitting archaeological reports in Utah should receive an IMACS Survey Organization Code.
An invaluable resource for archaeologists working in Utah.
Most archaeological work completed in Utah requires an Archaeological Project Number to help manage and track reports generated by fieldwork in Utah.
Utah Professional Archaeological Council
The Utah Professional Archaeological Council (UPAC) was established in May 1982 to maintain and promote the goals of professional archaeology in the state of Utah.
Linear Sites Guidelines & Forum
Recommendations on compliance made by the Utah Professional Archaeological Council and endorsed by SHPO.